Agent-based simulation of trust games for communication and information

@article{Hasegawa2016AgentbasedSO,
  title={Agent-based simulation of trust games for communication and information},
  author={Tomoharu Hasegawa and Tomohiro Hayashida and Ichiro Nishizaki and Shinya Sekizaki},
  journal={2016 IEEE 9th International Workshop on Computational Intelligence and Applications (IWCIA)},
  year={2016},
  pages={107-112}
}
A trust game is a two-player game in extended form. The sub game perfect equilibrium of the game is that a player called an investor does not invest the wealth. Because, this behavior is the best response of the investor according to the best response of the another player, called an investor, "not invest". Based on the experimental results of Blacht and Feltovitch(2009), many human subjects choose the equilibrium strategies. However, who are allowed to communicate with the opponent by cheap… CONTINUE READING

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