@inproceedings{PotentialBA, title={Potential Based Approachability}, author={} }

Last lecture, we saw Blackwell's celebrated Approachability Theorem, which establishes a procedure by which a player can ensure that the average (vector) payoff in a repeated game approaches a convex set. The central idea was to construct a hyperplane separating the convex set from the point ¯ t−1 , the average loss so far. By projecting perpendicular to… CONTINUE READING

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