Two-Person Game Theory
A noted expert presents clearly written discussions of essential ideas related to the highly useful mathematical approach to human behavior and decision-making. His lucid, accessible treatment examines such concepts as "utility," "strategy," and the difference between "non-zero" and "zero-sum" games. A minimum of mathematical prerequisites makes it accessible to non-mathem...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published January 20th 1999 by Dover Publications
(first published 1966)
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To be clear, I've only worked through Chs. 1-7 which give a good overview of 2 pp ZSG and (prudent) solution methods (an extension over the history of field--read previously). Good definitions and worked out examples. Much easier to go through discrete/numerical Castor-Pollux in pure prudent strat/minmax solution than extension to (variable version for) mixed strategy solution.