Quantal Response Equilibriafor Normal Form Games

  title={Quantal Response Equilibriafor Normal Form Games},
  author={Denis Richard and McKelveyDivision},
We acknowledge support of National Science Foundation Grant No. SBR-9223701 to the California Institute of Technology and the support of the JPL-Caltech supercomputer project. We thank Barry O'Neill, Richard Boebel, Jack Ochs and Amnon Rapoport for sharing their data. We acknowledge valuable discussions with Mahmoud El-Gamal and Mark Fey, helpful comments at several conference and seminar presentations, suggestions by a referee, and the research assistance of Yan Chen and Eugene Grayver… CONTINUE READING
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