The Ghost in the Machine : Inferring MachineBased MachineBased MachineBased Strategies from Observed Behavior

@inproceedings{EngleWarnickTheGI,
  title={The Ghost in the Machine : Inferring MachineBased MachineBased MachineBased Strategies from Observed Behavior},
  author={Jim Engle-Warnick and William J. McCausland and John H Miller}
}
We introduce a procedure to infer the repeated-game strategies that generate actions in experimental choice data. We apply the technique to set of experiments where human subjects play a repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma. The technique suggests that two types of strategies underly the data. 
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