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173 Abraham Neyman & Daijiro Okada Two-Person Repeated Games with Finite Automata (05/1998) International Journal of Game Theory 29 (2000), 309-325.

We study two-person repeated games in which a player with a restricted set of strategies plays...

343 Ariane Lambert Mogiliansky, Shmuel Zamir and Hervé Zwirn Type Indeterminacy: A Model of the KT(Kahneman-Tversky)-man (11/2003)

In this note we propose to use the mathematical formalism of Quantum Mechanics to capture the...

520 Eytan Sheshinski Uncertain Longevity and Investment in Education (09/2009)

It has been argued that increased life expectancy raises the rate of return on education,...

595 Gilad Bavly Uncertainty in the Traveler's Dilemma (01/2012)

The paper analyzes a perturbation on the players' knowledge of the game in the traveler's...

459 Yakov Babichenko Uncoupled Automata and Pure Nash Equilibria (08/2007)

We study the problem of reaching Nash equilibria in multi-person games that are repeatedly...

299 Sergiu Hart & Andreu Mas-Colell Uncoupled dynamics cannot lead to Nash equilibrium (09/2002) American Economic Review 93 (2003), 1830-1836

We call a dynamical system uncoupled if the dynamic for each player does not depend on the...

249 Pradeep Dubey & Ori Haimanko Unilateral Deviations with Perfect Information (06/2001)

For extensive form games with perfect information, consider a learning process in which, at any...

369 Carsten Schmidt and Ro‘i Zultan Unilateral face-to-face communication in ultimatum bargaining – A video experiment (09/2004)

It is commonly accepted that face-to-face communication induces cooperation. The experiment...

687 Nadav Amir Uniqueness of optimal strategies in captain lotto games (06/2015)

We consider the class of two-person zero-sum allocation games known as Captain Lotto games (Hart...

576 Asael Y. Sklar & Ran R. Hassin Unseen But not Unsolved: Doing Arithmetic Non-Consciously (06/2011)

The modal view in the cognitive sciences holds that consciousness is necessary for abstract,...

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