ACM . Agent . GameTheory

Game theory is a branch of mathematics that uses models to study interactions with formalized incentive structures ("games"). It has applications in a variety of fields, including economics, evolutionary biology, political science, and military strategy. Game theorists study the predicted and actual behavior of individuals in games, as well as optimal strategies. Seemingly different types of interactions can exhibit similar incentive structures, thus all exemplifying one particular game.


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GameTheory-cdam-2001-09.pdf manage 128.0 K 30 Nov 2004 - 13:05 AndreyUstyuzhanin Game Theory Intro by Theodore L. Turocy
NonCooperativeGameTheory.pdf manage 913.3 K 30 Nov 2004 - 13:21 AndreyUstyuzhanin Элементы теории некооперативных игр

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