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Choice waves and strategic interaction

@inproceedings{Johnson2017ChoiceWA,
  title={Choice waves and strategic interaction},
  author={R. Johnson},
  year={2017}
}
The Choice Wave provides a conceptual and mathematical framework for probabilistic choice leading to one or more utility maximizing outcomes chosen independently at various decision points. Yet, there exists the possibility that individuals may interact strategically with other individuals that may be represented by Choice Waves different from their own. When the potential for strategic interaction between individuals in one Choice Type and individuals in another Choice Type exists, there… Expand
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