Approximability and parameterized complexity of minmax values

  title={Approximability and parameterized complexity of minmax values},
  author={Kristoffer Arnsfelt Hansen and Thomas Dueholm Hansen and Peter Bro Miltersen and Troels Bjerre Lund},
We consider approximating the minmax value of a multiplayer game in strategic form. Tightening recent bounds by Borgs et al., we observe that approximating the value with a precision of logn digits (for any constant > 0) is NP-hard, where n is the size of the game. On the other hand, approximating the value with a precision of c log log n digits (for any constant c ≥ 1) can be done in quasi-polynomial time. We consider the parameterized complexity of the problem, with the parameter being the… CONTINUE READING


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