A.docx - You read an abstract that you found for this week\u2019s reading What can you tell the class about the abstract Is it in a style you would aim for

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You read an abstract that you found for this week’s reading. What can you tell the class about the abstract? Is it in a style you would aim for when creating your own abstract? Does it have flaws? What would you change about the abstract you found? The week I am reviewing an abstract on Game Theory. The abstract speaks on the history of the roots to Game theory. It goes into detail on where it first was influenced and the first authors who took the information and created the model used at that time. A Mr. John Von Neumann and, a Mr. Oskar Morgenstern who published their work in 1944. Summary of game theory abstract. para: 1.line 2&3. The abstract speaks on what Game Theory is and what is needed for it to work and function. The Author does a incredible job explaining what every aspect of game theory is and how it works. A very concise and comprehensive work. It being as short as it is drew me in and caught my attention.
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  • Spring '16
  • Several Instructors
  • Game Theory, John von Neumann, Oskar Morgenstern, Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, Mr. John Von Neumann

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