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A pure strategy for a player in a Bayesian game

Question : A pure strategy for a player in a Bayesian game : 1595

A pure strategy for a player in a Bayesian game specifies for each of his/her possible. Therefore, the strategy spaces in this kind of games are built from the spaces. a probability distribution over beliefs; types; belief a feasible action; types; type and action a probability distribution over actions; payoffs; payoffs a set of feasible actions; payoffs; action Bayesian game, one where at least one player is uncertain about another player's payoffs function. Sealed-bid auctions are an example of games of complete and imperfect information. Cournot with asymmetric information is a case of game of incomplete game because at least one firm does not know the cost function of the rival firm. FTF TFT TTT FFT

 

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