Notes on a Stochastic Game with Information Structure, International Journal of Game Theory

Abstract

A general problem is to study two-person zero-sum games with stochastic movement among subgames in which the subgame being played is not precisely known, but in which information about this aspect may be gathered or partially revealed by the strategy choices of the players, the actual game being played, and chance.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Thomas Ferguson, Lloyd Shapley, Robert Weber

Date Published

2002

Citations

Ferguson, Thomas, Lloyd Shapley, and Robert Weber. 2002. Notes on a Stochastic Game with Information Structure. International Journal of Game Theory. 31(2): 223-228.

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