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I am trying to do an analysis/examination of a hand game (like rockpaperscissors) called 007. Here are the rules:
Two players count by saying "doubleoseven" and simultaneously do an action when they say "seven". They continue [View full text and thread]
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I have a nonzero sum game of three players with payoffs in the range 022. Players 1 and 3 have opposing interests, and thus their payoffs add to a constant sum. How can I create payoff functions of the players when I only have [View full text and thread]
I think the answers to both questions are negative. Consider a twoplayer game where two players (1 and 2) choose the numbers x_1, x_2 from the set [0,2], and the payoff of each player is given by u_i(x_1,x_2)=x_i+(x_1x_2)^2. Then [View full text and thread]
You must carry out each exercise at a degree where it feels a fewwhat tough and where you feel fatigued on the last repetition of each set. [View full text and thread]
Respond to the question: Newbie How To Solve Cournot With Capaci? 11/19/2012 05:22 PM by Andy C; Newbie: How To Solve Cournot With Capacity Constraints  Hi
Previously we have written min cost models to meet a set demand at minimum cost with various constraints. We want to start looking at gaming outcomes, specifically cournotnash.
I've looked at Cournot and understand the simple [View full text and thread]
Hi there, I'm writing a zero sum game for 2 players, using an asymmetric PaperRockScissors build. My calculations assume that a player can buy multiples of each unit, but I want to restrict one of the units to 1 per player only. Can [View full text and thread]
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i have an question about how i should do this:
there are 2 countries with 1 firm in each country. the countries can choose to export subsidise the companies (subsidy from country 1 is s1 and s2 for country two).
There are also a [View full text and thread]
Respond to the question: Mixed strategies in a 5 x 5 game Gauss? 06/20/2008 01:22 PM by Ariel; Mixed strategies in a 5 x 5 game  Gauss Jordan method  Hi everybody,
I'm new in this forum. I have a problem when trying to find a mixed strategy equilibria in a 2 players, 5 x 5 game. I use the Gauss Jordan method to find the 5 unknowns, but I get a negative probability. Please see the [View full text and thread]
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I have an updating scheme which always seem to converge to the same fixed point. Using Brouwer's fixed point theorem, I can proof the existence of a fixed point. However, I wasn't able to proof convergence of my algorithm to a [View full text and thread]
What is the payoff of "I"? [View full text and thread]
I was wondering if there are any results characterizing the set of perfect public equilibrium payoff profiles in repeated games with two (longrun) players, imperfect public observations, AND FIXED DISCOUNT FACTOR STRICTLY SMALLER THAN [View full text and thread]
Often "she" is. [View full text and thread]
Consider a game of N players. Each player has two strategies A and B.
The payoff of A is K (a constant >0). The payoff of B if f(m), a function of the number of players who choose strategy A. f is a fairly complated function but we [View full text and thread]
Is there a multipopulation generalization of the single popilation symmetric Nash equilibrium  a game with n populations of symmetric players (have the same strategy space and the same utility function). If so I would be greatful if [View full text and thread]
Are there pure strategy equilibria in continuous games with more than two players? If so, how do I find them [View full text and thread]
My background is in Computer Science / Artificial Intelligence, so I'm trying to get more familiar with game theoretical work outside my field.
I'm studying the computation of equilibria in multiplayer game trees. I've found a [View full text and thread]
Check out Camerer, behavioral game theory, 2003 Princeton. Good exposition of Quantal Response equilibria. Its a simple idea, I think. Its a generalization of Nash equilibria where agents play "better" responses to each other, rather [View full text and thread]
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Are there any papers using the 2nd welfare theorem to prove the existence of general equilibria? [View full text and thread]
If you have no bordersolutions you simply eqate the MRSs of both utility function. This gives you the so called efficiency locus. All of the points of the efficiency locus that are pareto better build the core. [View full text and thread]
I'm studying game theory over my break before I start college, and I'd like to learn about Quantal Response Equilibria. I downloaded McKelvey and Palfrey's paper, but it's all too mathematical and complex for me. If anyone can help me [View full text and thread]
how do i find conditional factor demand functions? [View full text and thread]
Could anyone tell me how to calculate the core of a 2 person exchange economy given their utility functions.thanx [View full text and thread]
Hi. I was just wondering if anyone knew of the underlying factors which may make the Contract curve in the Edgeworth box a straight line; I know it has something to do with equal MRS. Thankyou. [View full text and thread]
Does any one know some literature about 2Person nonzerosum 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]
I am doing some research on general equilibrium models, and I was wondering if it is a worthwhile endeavor. Can anyone explain to me why general equilibrium matters. I would be very grateful for a response. [View full text and thread]
I have developed a fixed point algorithm that computes residual approximations for the class of functions that are Lipschitz continuous with constant 1 with respect to the infinity norm. The algorithm has better than exponential [View full text and thread]
According to classical economic theory the level of the real interest rate should equal the real growth of the economy in order for the economy to reach an equilibrium point. Could you pls. help me with the mathematical deduction of [View full text and thread]
An excellent but by now slightly outdated reference for all kinds of core equivalence theorems is Hildenbrand's book "Core and Equilibria of a Large Economy". You can probably get references on more recent literature in the Aliprantis, [View full text and thread]
