Prospect Theory Preferences in Noncooperative Game Theory

@inproceedings{Leclerc2014ProspectTP,
  title={Prospect Theory Preferences in Noncooperative Game Theory},
  author={P. Leclerc},
  year={2014}
}
v 1 Chapter One: Introduction, Motivation, and Scope 1 2 Chapter Two: Theoretical Analysis of PT-NE & PT-EB 10 2. 
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