Ch11 - weapons treaty compliance to negotiating with one's children and applies the scenario on the pay-off matrix Agents gain a common

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Summary The chapter mentions that the utility is money and gives an example that one person has $500M and other person has no money. If a benefactor gives $1M to the rich person, it will not make much increase but it will be a big difference for the poor person. The agents need to perform in an environment and as a result of their actions an outcome will appear. The chapter gives the pay-off matrix game as an example. Nash equilibrium is mentioned by an example that when we need to choose one of the roads on a fork, we would drive on the left or on the right according to the flowing traffic. For desirable solutions, chapter mentions about outcome of pareto efficient if there is no outcome that develops one player's utility without making the other's worse. The chapter gives a scenario called prisoner's dilemma that appears in situations raging from nuclear
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Unformatted text preview: weapons treaty compliance to negotiating with one's children and applies the scenario on the pay-off matrix. Agents gain a common understanding of the rules via two possibilities that the rules are embedded into agents at the design time and other one is that the rules can be understood by software players at run time. Questions 1. What kind of precautions should be taken if the game rules are given by a software at run time but a malicious code is imposed? 2. What are the possible dependency relations? What sort of relations do you think does the agent and the object have? 3. In Nash equilibrium, what if the other agents are doing the wrong thing, will our agent still intuitively follow them?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CISC 800 taught by Professor Kd during the Spring '10 term at University of Delaware.

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