Meta-Rationality in Normal Form Games
Keywords:non-cooperative games, evolutionary equilibrium detection, generative relations, Nash-Pareto, meta-strategy
AbstractA new generative relation for Nash equilibrium is proposed. Different types of equilibria are considered in order to incorporate players different rationality types for finite non cooperative generalized games with perfect information. Proposed equilibria are characterized by use of several generative relations with respect to players rationality. An evolutionary technique for detecting approximations for equilibria is used. Numerical experiments show the potential of the method.
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