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This paper analyzes multi-sender cheap talk when the state space might be restricted, either because the policy space is restricted, or the set of rationalizable policies of the receiver is not the… Expand
I investigate whether a large community can sustain cooperation in the repeated prisoner's dilemma by having cheaters punished not by their victims but by third parties. In the setting where players… Expand
This paper characterizes an equilibrium payoff subset for Markovian games with private information as discounting vanishes. Monitoring is imperfect, transitions may depend on actions, types be… Expand
This paper presents a sufficient condition for the quasi-acyclic condition. A game is quasi-acyclic if from any strategy profile, there exists a finite sequence of strict best replies that ends in a… Expand
We introduce a “dynamic non-equivalent utilities” (DNEU) condition and the notion of dynamic player-specific punishments for a general repeated game with unequal discounting, both naturally… Expand
Abstract This work evaluates shale/oil wettability and wettability alteration by solutions whose pH ranges from 3 to 12. The reservoir rocks are siliceous shale that are fractured and low… Expand
Generalized notions of potential maximizer, monotone potential maximizer (MP-maximizer) and local potential maximizer (LP-maximizer), are studied. It is known that 2x2 coordination games generically… Expand
A unique length measurement method, called the multiple pulse train interference-based time-of-flight (TOF) method, is proposed and demonstrated for the first time. By taking advantage of both the… Expand
The limit set of perfect public equilibrium payoffs of a repeated game as the discount factor goes to one is characterized, with examples, even when the full-dimensionality condition fails.
Periodic smoothing splines appear for example as generators of closed, planar curves, and in this paper they are constructed using a controlled two point boundary value problem in order to generate… Expand