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Chaos and Stability in Learning Random Two-person Games

Chaos and Stability in Learning Random Two-person Games

This video was recorded at 4th European Conference on Complex Systems. Game theory often assumes perfect rationality. All agents know all payoff structures. They assume their opponents play fully rationally. Outcomes: Nash equilibria. No player has an incentive to deviate unilaterally.

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