... The Prisoner’s Dilemma is the most well-known example of **game** **theory**. Consider the example of two criminals arrested for a crime. Prosecutors have no hard evidence to convict them. However, to gain a ...

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... **Game** **theory** works at the statistical level and is based on unconscious algorithmic strategies that can just as easily be executed by machines or genes as by human ...

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... to **game** **theory** have been widely studied, mainly in military and general security ...on **game** **theory** for cooperative intelligence is proposed by Shen et ...stochastic **game** method to ...

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... evolutionary **game** **theory** it happens the other way around, the problem here is doing experimental games under dif- ferent conditions because this implies a genetic modification of the microbes involved in ...

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... In the actual decentralized electrical system structures, the transmission systems continue to be a natural monopoly in order to guarantee the system security and an open access to all the agents, thus, the system ...

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... La teoría de juegos en la interacción comunicativa entre servidores públicos y receptores políticos.. The game theory in the communicative interaction between political actors and its [r] ...

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... use **game** **theory** to analyze the stability of the current system, checking to which extent it is incen- ...classic **game** **theory** (Nash equili- brium, subgame perfection) with elements from the ...

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... [110], **game** **theory** is used for efficiently constructing a Data Routing Tree (DRT) with an aim to prolong the lifetime of the entire WSN by minimizing the network ...Versatile **Game** Theoretic Routing ...

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... using **game** **theory** to integrate three dimensions of ...the **theory** of multiple intelligences, leading to the appearance of a new ability called reputational intelligence, which allows the ...

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... Abstract. **Game** **theory** has been successfully applied in supply chain manage- ment problems due to its capacity of modeling situations where companies have to make strategic decisions about their production ...

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... on **game** **theory** ...the **game** **theory** perspective offers an alter- native way to solve optimally the power allocation ...non-cooperative **game** played by N players (local controllers of the ...

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... between players. Many canonical examples of games that are used to introduce the basic concepts of **game** **theory** are presented as simultaneous games using the normal form. In contrast, sequential games do ...

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... In this **game** it is a dominant strategy for Microsoft to share the market. It means that no matter what strategy Netscape uses it is always better for Microsoft to take this action. However it is a myopic point of ...

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... El presente artículo tiene como objetivo aplicar la teoría de juegos con el valor de Shapley, para encontrar una repartición equilibrada de los costos de transporte entre [r] ...

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... El término “no cooperativo” puede malinterpretarse, ya que se puede pensar que estos juegos solo se aplican en situaciones donde los intereses de los individuos entran en conflicto; sin [r] ...

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... In all the experiments reviewed in this paper, for example, subjects exhibit some strategic sophistication, forming a guess about the likely think- ing and actions of others: propo[r] ...

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... network **theory** point of view is that it is possible to include new variables that traditional approach have not taken account ...network **theory** with the traditional approach entitle us to solve in- quiries ...

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... of **game** **theory** as well as Monte Carlo simulation are used to solve the problem via genetic ...utilizes **game** **theory** principles is described in (An et ...

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... In the last few years coalition formation algorithms have been proposed as a possible way of modeling autonomous agent cooperation in multi-agent systems. This work is based on a previously proposed coalition formation ...

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... This project is meant for an audience in a graduate level either in mathematics or biology. This means that the reader should have a basic formation in math- ematics, including basic probability, advanced calculus and ...

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