Take Action

Home | Faculty & Research Overview | Research

Research Details

The Determinacy of Infinite Games with Eventual Perfect Monitoring, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society

Abstract

An infinite two-player zero-sum game with a Borel winning set, in which the opponent's actions are monitored eventually but not necessarily immediately after they are played, admits a value. The proof relies on a representation of the game as a stochastic game with perfect information, in which Nature operates as a delegate for the players and performs the randomizations for them.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Eran Shmaya

Date Published

2011

Citations

Shmaya, Eran. 2011. The Determinacy of Infinite Games with Eventual Perfect Monitoring. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. 139: 3665-3678.

KELLOGG INSIGHT

Explore leading research and ideas

Find articles, podcast episodes, and videos that spark ideas in lifelong learners, and inspire those looking to advance in their careers.
learn more

COURSE CATALOG

Review Courses & Schedules

Access information about specific courses and their schedules by viewing the interactive course scheduler tool.
LEARN MORE

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Discover the path to your goals

Whether you choose our Full-Time, Part-Time or Executive MBA program, you’ll enjoy the same unparalleled education, exceptional faculty and distinctive culture.
learn more

Take Action