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If you are trying to formulate and solve a new problem, how do you decide which form (extensive, normal, etc.) is the best one to use? What aspects of the problem go into making this decision? [View full text and thread]
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Is it possible to convert any dynamic game to strategic form? is there any proof? or is there any Counterexample?
Could we consider a dynamic game in extensive form to be able to [View full text and thread]
I have been working on my thesis and am currently stuck at making the potential function that is able to track unilateral deviation within the network. Suppose there are three different products A,B,C. The utility of each product is [View full text and thread]
Is there a book or a paper where I can find a game theoretic model with action set available to a player that changes over time? [View full text and thread]
Hi,
If anyone could help me out with this exercise I would be greatfull:
Consider the following characteristic function game: N = {1, 2, 3} and v({1}) = 0, v({2}) = 0, v({3}) = 0,
v({1,2}) = 40, v({1,3}) = 0, v({2,3}) = 50, [View full text and thread]
4 Competing in quantities
Suppose two firms selling an identical product engage in Cournot competition. There
are 100 potential customers and the industry demand is 100 − p. Firms choose quantities
qi ∈ [0, 50], which [View full text and thread]
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I have a class project picking basketball teams for each game in a tournament called march madness. If you don't know march madness it is 64 teams in a bracket and they all play one game and the winning teams then all play and so on [View full text and thread]
Each of n citizens may voluntarily contribute to a public good a sum c_i, with i =1,2,..., n. For m [View full text and thread]
The payoff from the project, for each of the partner is given by 𝑅𝑥3𝑥3𝑥3 where 𝑅 is the smallest role number in your academic 123
group (in one or two digits) and 𝑥𝑖 is the level [View full text and thread]
This is an example of the general idea that being able to set the terms of a deal while the other player merely accepts or refuses is a huge advantage. Assuming the buyer must offer an integer price, all but 2 prices are dominated. This [View full text and thread]
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I really love all your videos on Game Theory, because they are really helping me.
I am now facing a challenging BuyerSellerGame which i cannot solve.
Do you know the official Title of that Game, or the Authors?
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Not sure why the image I uploaded didn't seem to appear.
game is described as such:
1 can play U, M or D.
In response each of 1's action, 2 can play u or d.
U,u  6,8
U,d  7,4
M,u  9,5
M,d  7,4
D,u  4,6
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Predict what the players would do in this game if Player 2 was in fact not in a
position to observe Player 1’s choice between U, M and D
My answer was that although player 2 wouldn't know what 1 would play, he would prepare a best [View full text and thread]
Hello I was wondering if anyone could offer any guidance on this question mainly part b thank you in advance!
Consider the following secondprice sealedbid private value auction with two bidders, n=2. Each bidder's private value is [View full text and thread]
