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01/14/2001 08:52 PM by David K. Levine; frequencies versus assessments
The convergence of frequencies and assessments is the same, since the relative weight of prior to the weight of the sample goes to zero. Using priors makes the procedure better behaved in small samples (and in particular makes it well-defined in the initial period). [Manage messages]

01/03/2001 03:31 PM by Christine; learning in ficticious play
Hi! Sorry for my blank entry... A question from Paris about learning in games, and fictitious play. I have read two books : Fun and Games from Ken Binmore and The Theory of Learning from Drew Fudenberg and David Levine. I found in [View full text and thread]