29 July 2016
In session devoted to repeated games, Artem Baklanov presented results connected to Nash equilibrium in infinitely repeated bimatrix games where payoffs are determined by reactive strategies; players’ payoff functions are defined as players’ benefits averaged over game rounds. Reactive strategies are stochastic 1-memory strategies such that a probability of players’ actions depends only on the opponent’s preceding move.
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