Nash Equilibrium in Game Theory
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Nash Equilibrium in Game Theory

Test your knowledge of Nash equilibrium, a key concept in game theory where players' strategies reach a stable state where no one has anything to gain by changing their strategy alone.

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What is the Nash equilibrium in game theory?

A situation where no player can increase their payoff by unilaterally changing their strategy

When is (A, B) a Nash equilibrium in a game involving Alice and Bob?

When Alice has no other strategy that does better than A in response to Bob choosing B, and Bob has no other strategy that does better than B in response to Alice choosing A

What did Cournot do with the principle of Nash equilibrium in 1838?

Applied it to competing firms choosing outputs

What did Nash show about Nash equilibrium in games?

<p>There is a Nash equilibrium, possibly in mixed strategies, for every finite game</p> Signup and view all the answers

When is (A, B, C, D) a Nash equilibrium in a game involving Alice, Bob, Carol, and Dan?

<p>A is Alice's best response to (B, C, D), B is Bob's best response to (A, C, D), and so forth</p> Signup and view all the answers

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