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Conversion/Preference Games

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Conversion/Preference Games
We introduce the concept of Conversion/Preference Games, or CP games for short. CP games generalize the standard notion of strategic games. First we exemplify the use of CP games. Second we formally introduce and define the CP-games formalism. Then we sketch two `real-life' applications, namely a connection between CP games and gene regulation networks, and the use of CP games to formalize implied information in Chinese Wall security. We end with a study of a particular fixed-point construction over CP games and of the resulting existence of equilibria in possibly infinite games. Keywords Game theory, Multi-agent, Equilibrium
Stéphane Le Roux, Pierre Lescanne, Ren&eacu
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where CORR
Authors Stéphane Le Roux, Pierre Lescanne, René Vestergaard
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