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Alle prijzen zijn inclusief BTW en andere heffingen en exclusief eventuele verzendkosten en servicekosten. Samenvatting A game is an efficient model of interactions between agents, for the following basic reason: Thus the focus is actually on the fact that in a game there are several agents interacting.
In fact, more recently this theory took the name of Interactive Decision Theory. It is related to classical decision theory, but it takes into account the presence of more than one agent taking decisions.
As we shall constantly see, this radically changes the background and sometimes even the intuition behind classical decision theory. So, in few words, game theory is the study of taking optimal decisions in presence of multiple players agents.
Thus a game is a simplified, yet very efficient, model of real life every day situa- tions. Though the first, and probably more intuitive, applications of the theory were in an economical setting, theoretical models and tools of this theory nowadays are spread on various disciplines. To quote some of them, we can start from psychology: Also the Law and the Social Sciences are obviously interested in Game Theory, since the rules play a crucial role in inducing the behaviour of the agents.
Not many years after the first systematic studies in Game Theory, primeer ap- plications appeared to animals, starting with the analysis of competing species. It is much more recent and probably a little surprising to know that recent applications of the theory deal with genes in microbiology, or computers in telecommunication problems.
A Primer in Game Theory
In some sense, today many scholars do believe that these will be the more interesting applications in the future: Toon meer Toon minder. Reviews Schrijf een review. Wil je eenmalig een e-mail ontvangen zodra het weer leverbaar is? Breng me op de hoogte Op verlanglijstje.
Houd er rekening mee dat het artikel niet altijd weer terug op voorraad komt. Nick Bostrom Superintelligence lucchettu, Jorge Nocedal Numerical Optimization 67, Dimitris Bertsimas Introduction to Linear Optimization 90, Stephen Boyd Convex Optimization 91, Daniel Kahneman Thinking, Fast and Slow 12, Yuval Noah Harari Sapiens 9, Bekijk de hele lijst.