This course is an introduction to game theory and strategic thinking ideas such as dominance backward induction nash equilibrium evolutionary stability . Provides lecture notes for undergraduates and graduate students by level and field of study. This course provides a rigorous treatment of non cooperative solution concepts in game theory including rationalizability and nash sequential and stable . Lecture 1 introduction five first lessons overview we introduce game theory by playing a game we organize the game into players their strategies and their . Lecture 1 of tim roughgardens algorithmic game theory class at stanford autumn 2013 class description topics at the interface of computer science and
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