A New Kind of Fictitious Play

  title={A New Kind of Fictitious Play},
  author={Alan Washburn},
Gass, Zafra, and Qiu (1996) introduce a modified version of fictitious play for matrix games where only the more successful player’s strategy is retained. This paper introduces additional modifications that appear to converge faster. c © 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.* Naval Research Logistics 48: 270–280, 2001 

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