1 Lessons Learned : Generalizing Learning Across Games

@inproceedings{Cooper1LL,
  title={1 Lessons Learned : Generalizing Learning Across Games},
  author={David J. Cooper and John H. Kagel}
}
This paper synthesizes findings from an ongoing research program on learning in signaling games. The present paper focuses on cross-game learning-the ability of subjects to take what has been learned in one game and generalize it to related games-an issue that has been ignored in most of the learning literature. We begin by laying out the basic experimental design and recapitulating early results characterizing the learning process. We then report results from an initial experiment in which we… CONTINUE READING
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