Theory of meta-games, Mathematics

Theory of Meta-games

This theory shows to describe how most people play non zero sum games concerning a number of persons

Prisoner's dilemma is an illustration of this. The intention is to identify points at which players in reality tend to stabilize their play in non-zero sum games.

This theory not simply identifies equilibrium points missed by traditional game theory in games such have one or more that points but also does hence in games whether traditional theory finds no such point

This main intention is that each player is trying to maximize the minimum gain of his opponent

 

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