24_GameTheoryMixedNE

24_GameTheoryMixedNE - "Their quarterback will also...

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ECON 410 Game Theory Fundamentals “Their quarterback will also run. He’ll roll out like he’s going to pass, but it is a designed run. He can hurt you with his running. He’ll throw just enough to keep you honest. But I don’t think they are going to try and beat us by throwing the football.” – Chris Pardue
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Group-Clicker Question (P): How many pure-strategy NE exist in the game, below. 3, 6 7, 1 10, 4 5, 1 8, 2 14, 7 6, 0 6, 2 8, 5 Player 2 Left Right Top Center Bottom Player 1 Middle 1. 0 2. 1 3. 2 4. 3 5. 9
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3 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE
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4 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring.
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5 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3Uos2fzIJ 0 (stop at 2:50)
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6 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 0, 100 100, 0 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy
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7 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 -10, 100 100, -10 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy
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8 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 -10, 100 100, -10 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy
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9 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 -10, 100 100, -10 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy
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10 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 -10, 100 100, -10 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy
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11 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 -10, 100 100, -10 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy
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12 Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50 -10, 100 100, -10 0, 0 Girl Steal Split Steal Split Guy Dominant Strategy! Dominan t Strategy !
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Class 24 - Game Theory Mixed NE Prisoner’s Dilemma: The category of games in which players have a dominant strategy to “cheat”, preventing beneficial cooperation from occurring. 50, 50
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course ECON 410 taught by Professor Codrin during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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