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Respond to the question: A program to solve zero sum games?

 08/25/2012 08:41 AM by name withheld;

 04/04/2002 10:21 PM by David K. Levine; computing the value correctly
Thanks to Wayne Comeaux for pointing out that the zero-sum game solver wasn't computing the value correctly (it seemed always to give zero). I believe this to be fixed... [View full text and thread]

 03/26/2002 04:17 PM by David K. Levine; computing the value
OK, I think it will give the value of the game to the row player now. [View full text and thread]

I can't get it to work out the value of any games. [View full text and thread]

 02/12/2000 02:04 PM by David K. Levine; Calculating the value
The zero sum game solver now calculates the value of the game as well as the optimal player 2 strategy. [View full text and thread]

 01/15/2000 10:03 AM by David K. Levine; There is a program to solve zero sum games
There is a program to solve zero sum games on this site at http://levine.sscnet.ucla.edu/Games/zerosum.htm. This program uses the fact that finding the value of a zero sum game is equivalent to solving a linear programming problem. [View full text and thread]

 01/15/2000 08:37 AM by name withheld; A program to solve zero sum games?
Is there a program that searches for saddle points and gives the solution of a two person zero sum game, including its value as well as the player strategies? I remember learning as a student a method of solving through iterated play. Has anyone implemented this on the computer?

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