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02/24/2011 01:48 PM by csm; What are classical games? And how can we identify 0-sum games with it?
This is about mxn Zero Sum Games.

I read:
"Consider Player II's set of optimal strategies. It is a polytope P:conv{q_1,q_2,...q_k}
We can therefore identify the game in which Player II's
strategies are restricted to P with a classical matrix game B, with m rows and k columns, with b_ij = e_iAq_j, i in M, j in K: = { 1, 2 .... k }, and remain within the class of the classical games."

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