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Sharing Information Without Regret in Managed Stochastic Games

@article{Neely2014SharingIW,
  title={Sharing Information Without Regret in Managed Stochastic Games},
  author={Michael J. Neely},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1412.8736}
}
  • M. Neely
  • Published 30 December 2014
  • Economics
  • ArXiv
This paper considers information sharing in a multi-player repeated game. Every round, each player observes a subset of components of a random vector and then takes a control action. The utility earned by each player depends on the full random vector and on the actions of others. An example is a game where different rewards are placed over multiple locations, each player only knows the rewards in a subset of the locations, and players compete to collect the rewards. Sharing information can help… 

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