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a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Attractors of cooperative dynamical systems are particularly simple; for example, a nontrivial periodic orbit cannot be an attractor, and orbits are nowhere dense. This paper provides characterizations of attractors for the wider class of coherent systems, defined by the property that all directed feedback loops are(More)
Fudenberg and Kreps (1993) consider adaptive learning processes, in the spirit of ctitious play, for innnitely repeated games of incomplete information having randomly perturbed payoos. They proved the convergence of the adaptive process for 22 games with a unique completely mixed Nash equilibrium. Kaniovski and Young (1995) proved the convergence of the(More)
article info abstract Article history: Attractors of cooperative dynamical systems are particularly simple; for example, a nontrivial periodic orbit cannot be an attractor, and orbits are nowhere dense. This paper provides characterizations o fa t t r a c t o r sf o rt h ew i d e rc l a s so fcoherent systems, defined by the property that all directed(More)
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