Does anyone understand how to solve a cooperative game with more than 3 players ? (shappley value, core, nucleolus)
Do we agree there is a problem here? Should be 9 instead of 6 right? Because left part is the deviation of player 2 payoffs and right part is the long run average payoffs of player 1 Just want confirmation :)
Does anyone know how many tutorial we can miss ? (it does not say anything in the Course manual...)
You can't miss any if you want to avoid getting a bad grade on participation. However our tutor told us if you miss one with a valid reason then should be ok
Does anyone have the answer for weekly problem ch4?
In exercise 3.4.b. : why is there none mixed Nash equilibria?
If you draw it you'll see the only intersection is that of the pure strategy Nash equilibrium, so that means there is no mixed strategy Nash equilibrium!
Guys does someone have the exams and answers keys from last year?
Hi all, If an old student still has the answers for the weekly meeting exercices feel free to post it.. It would help us a lot !
How do you get to this?
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Same here. i get how you find 2/7 and 2/5 but not how you find 1/3e + 2/3g
I think it's just an example of 2/7 < q<2/5. Assuming you assign q probability to e and (1-q) probability to g. Let q= 1/3 and hence (1-q)= 2/3. Therefore getting 1/3e + 2/3g. The question is asking to give a mixed strategy of player 2 so i guess any q value that satisfies 2/7
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How do you find the probability distribution of the mixed strategy in exercise 1 ? So the 2/5
2(1-q)=3q solves for q=0.4