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Similarity-Nash Equilibria in Statistical Games

@inproceedings{Argenzianoy2019SimilarityNashEI,
  title={Similarity-Nash Equilibria in Statistical Games},
  author={Rossella Argenzianoy and Itzhak Gilboaz},
  year={2019}
}
A statistical game is a strategic form game accompanied by a prediction problem, where a characteristic x of the game may be used to predict an outcome y based on past values of (x; y). Players’strategies determine the outcome and each player’s payo¤ depends on the others’moves only via this outcome. Players combine statistical and strategic reasoning, so that an estimate of y can be used for equilibrium selection. We focus on prediction by similarityweighted frequencies, where the similarity… Expand
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