Game theory

Game theory, as seen in cooperation, mechanism design, adversarial training, dilemmas of collective action and Newcomb decision problems and so on.

I have nothing to say about foundational game theory itself, except to note that JD Williams’ book, The Compleat Strategyst (Will86) is online for free, so you should get it.

How long until we approach Nash equilibiruim, also includes a note on Aumann’s correlated equilibrium which i would like to know about.

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