Игры на андроид с выводом денег
Game theory has countless applications, of which this article has been able to suggest only a few. Readers in search of more, but not wishing to immerse themselves in mathematics, can find a number of good sources.
Dixit and Nalebuff (1991) and (2008) are especially strong on political and social examples. McMillan (1991) emphasizes business applications. The great historical breakthrough that officially launched game theory is von Neumann and Morgenstern (1944), which those with scholarly interest in game theory should read with classic papers of John Nash (1950a, 1950b, 1951).
A very useful collection of key foundational papers, all classics, is Kuhn (1997). Koons (1992) takes these issues further.
Fudenberg and Tirole (1991) remains the most thorough and complete mathematical text available. Recent developments in fundamental theory are well represented in Binmore, Kirman and Tani (1993).
Anyone who wants to apply game theory to real human choices, which are generally related stochastically rather than deterministically to axioms of optimization, needs to understand quantal response theory игры на андроид с выводом денег as a solution concept.
The original development of this is игры на деньги автоматы игровые in McKelvey and Palfrey (1995) and McKelvey and Palfrey (1998). Goeree, Holt, and Palfrey (2016) provide a comprehensive and up-to-date review of QRE and its leading applications. The philosophical foundations of the basic game-theoretic concepts as economists understand them are presented in LaCasse and Ross (1994).
Ross and LaCasse (1995) outline the relationships between games and the axiomatic assumptions of microeconomics and macroeconomics. Philosophical puzzles at this foundational level are critically discussed in Bicchieri (1993). Lewis (1969) puts game-theoretic equilibrium concepts to wider application in philosophy, though making some foundational assumptions that economists generally do not share.
This work is critically surveyed in Vallentyne (1991), and extended into a dynamic setting in Danielson (1992). Philosophers will also find Hollis (1998) to be of interest. In a class by themselves for insight, originality, readability and cross-disciplinary importance are the works of the Nobel laureate Thomas Schelling.]