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 Respond to the question: Movement diagrams?12/12/2018 01:34 PM by name withheld; Movement diagrams
Hello, please what is the principle according to which movement diagrams should be created (payoffs to a certain player)? I am attempting to create one for 3 players but was unable to deduce a clear rule from the sources I found - [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: gametree recursive game saffidine what?07/29/2016 04:18 PM by Laurence Leff; game-tree recursive game saffidine what to do with non-pareto equilibria
How does one handle non-pareto Nash Equilibria in recursive games. Using game-tree approaches, I am dealing with the situation when at each move, the two players issue their moves simultaneously. Of course, one can get several [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Factorizabeseparable games?04/27/2016 04:14 AM by Michael Mc Gettrick; Factorizabe/separable games
See attached file - question about when a multi-player game is factorizable/separable...... [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Algorithm to find maximum and minimum fi?11/06/2013 02:30 AM by Cris; Algorithm to find maximum and minimum fixed points of a monotone decreasing vector-valued function
Hello, I have a monotone decreasing vector valued functions which has at least one fixed point. I have shown that the set of fixed points is finite and, thus, has a maximum and a minimum. I want to find an algorithm to find the maximum [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: increase conversion rate?10/10/2011 02:59 PM by Ionut Muresan; increase conversion rate
Hello, Can an commerce platform increase conversion rates by diminishig the number of click an user has to do until he orders the product? [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Information sets?04/22/2007 10:12 AM by Anthony; Information sets
Hi, I have a very simple question, but I couldn't find the answer elsewhere. Is it possible that a given decision node is a member of two or more information sets? Thanks in advance. [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: none?12/27/2005 05:39 PM by Rodrigo;
Hi, I'm looking for some information about algorithms to solve multiplayer games. Could somebody help me please? Thanks [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Asymetry in players respective preferen?11/21/2003 03:42 AM by Yves Lévesque; Asymetry in player's respective preferences
I have encountered a problem, in a mental health issue, wich addresses the issue of the asymetry of two players preferences, i.e. that their respective worst preference is enormously asymetric. One player's worst preference is a [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: polytope game?02/23/2003 04:49 PM by rugrat; polytope game
Does any one know some literature about 2-Person nonzero-sum game in which the players play their game over a polytope. Some call the question as 'polytope game' or 'restricted game'. This game is like a pair of Linear Programmings [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Game Theory Oligopolies and Perfectly?12/23/2002 03:23 AM by Paula; Game Theory - Oligopolies and Perfectly Competitive Distributors
I am currently writing an MBA dissertation on the impact on competition of delivering via a perfectly competitive distribution channel in an oligoplistic market. Insurance company is an oligopoly, brokers are competitive and sell to [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Choosing a mean average for a random sam?11/14/2002 09:28 AM by dayton; Choosing a mean average for a random sample of numbers from 1-100
If you have a set of integers from 1-100 and 30 people can select one integer each, on average what would the mean be of the sample chosen by the 30 people. [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: Finding for books about game theory?02/18/2002 01:33 PM by Sungbin Cho; Re:Finding for books about game theory?
This is from Prof.Levine's homepage (http://levine.sscnet.ucla.edu/General/more.htm): Would you like to learn about game theory? For the complete novice, I would recommend Thinking Strategically by A. Dixit and B. Nalebuff (Norton, [View full text and thread]

 Respond to the question: ?12/15/2000 12:10 PM by Koula Amanatidis;question
I will be teaching an intro econ class at an Academy in Chicago and this is my first college level econ class that I will be teaching. Do you have any suggestions about any books, research materials, or websites that will facilitate me [View full text and thread]