12 Prisoners' Dilemma

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The Prisoners’ Dilemma The Prisoners’ Dilemma Revisited Revisited October 18, 2006
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The Elements of a Game The Elements of a Game Actors Actors : Who Is Playing? Choices Choices : What Options Do The Actors Have? Outcomes Outcomes : What Are the Results of the Interactive Choices Actors Make?
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The Elements of a Game The Elements of a Game Preferences Preferences : How Do the Actors Rank All of the Possible Outcomes? How do they order their preferences re: the outcomes? Strategies : How will Each Actor Play the Game, Given the Choices, Outcomes, and Preference? Solution Solution : Combining the Strategies of the two players gives us the Solution to the game.
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The China-United States and the The China-United States and the North Korea Nuclear Game North Korea Nuclear Game The Actors: China and United States The Choices: Two Options for each actor Take the lead on controlling North Korea Wait for the other nation to lead The 4 Possible Outcomes: Joint Neglect :
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course POLI 150 taught by Professor Mosley during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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