Homework 4 (40 points) This assignment will be programmed individually.
PRELIMINARIES
So that you don't spend large amounts of time writing code, I have supplied the starter code in Java. I realize this isn't convenient for everyone, but you should be abl
Homework 5 1. Problem 4, page 103. 2. Problem 7 page 115. 3. Problem 7, page 126. 4. For game 4.19 of page 121, assume 0 < m < 20 and 0 < e < 10. Find a strategy profile that is subgame perfect. Find another profile which is a Nash equilibrium, but not a
Homework 6 1. Problem 1 page 249. In class, we used to represent a fixed amount that was lost in every iteration. For this problem, assume is percent of remaining that the player gets to keep. Thus, is a percent retained rather than a fixed amount. 2. Sup
CS 6890 Homework 3 (20 points) Written homework provides an excellent framework for achieving the goals of this course. Because assignments are done as a group and any questions are discussed in class or during office hours, written solutions to the homew
CS 6890 Game Theory Summer 2005 Exam 2 Fill in the blank (1 point each)
1. A set of nodes representing the locations a player COULD be in at a single moment in time is called the _information set_. 2. If it is player 2's turn at a give node, we say the no