Elements of Game Theory, with Applications
Mutual simulation between two hierarchical systems -in the present case two biological organisms -seldom proceeds in a straightforward way. Usually the conflicting interests of each of the two partners (each wishes to simulate successfully, i.e., to predict and ultimately control the opponent and at the same time, present the opponent with a random behavior which does not allow him to simulate in return) force them to wage a game.
KeywordsMixed Strategy Pure Strategy Security Level Dominant Strategy Rational Player
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