Determinacy in Discrete-Bidding Infinite-Duration Games

@article{Aghajohari2019DeterminacyID,
  title={Determinacy in Discrete-Bidding Infinite-Duration Games},
  author={Milad Aghajohari and Guy Avni and T. Henzinger},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1905.03588}
}
In two-player games on graphs, the players move a token through a graph to produce an infinite path, which determines the winner of the game. Such games are central in formal methods since they model the interaction between a non-terminating system and its environment. In bidding games the players bid for the right to move the token: in each round, the players simultaneously submit bids, and the higher bidder moves the token and pays the other player. Bidding games are known to have a clean and… Expand
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