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Evolution of the perception about the opponent in hypergames

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Evolution of the perception about the opponent in hypergames
This paper studies the evolution of the perceptions of players about the game they are involved in using the framework of hypergame theory. The focus is on developing methods that players can implement to modify their perception about other players' payoffs by incorporating the lessons learned from observing their actions. We introduce a misperception function that measures the mismatch between a player's perception and the true payoff structure of the other players. Our first update mechanism, called swap learning method, is guaranteed to decrease the value of the misperception function but in general can lead to inconsistencies in the stability properties
Bahman Gharesifard, Jorge Cortes
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CDC
Authors Bahman Gharesifard, Jorge Cortes
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