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142_7 - Equilibrium Sometimes a game can be solved simply...

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Villas-Boas-Lecture 7 EEP142 Page 0 Equilibrium. Sometimes a game can be solved simply by finding the dominant and dominated strategies ( e.g. , the example above). However, there are many games for which this does not work. In a Nash Equilibrium no player wants to change his/her strategy unilaterally, given what the other players have chosen. Games can have no pure strategy equilibria, or Multiple equilibria.
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