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Selection equilibria of higher-order games

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In applied game theory the modelling of each player’s intentions and motivations is a key aspect. In classical game theory these are encoded in the payoff functions. In previous work [2,4] a novel way of modelling games was introduced where players and their goals are more naturally described by a special class of higher-order functions called quantifiers. We refer to these as higher-order games. Such games can be directly and naturally implemented in strongly typed functional programming lan...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
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Accepted manuscript

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10.1007/978-3-319-51676-9_9

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Oxford, MPLS, Computer Science
Winschel, V More by this author
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Springer Verlag Publisher's website
Volume:
10137
Pages:
136-151
Publication date:
2016-12-17
Acceptance date:
2016-11-26
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0302-9743
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pubs:664153
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uri:eda90ac0-23e5-4426-a15e-41b5283b5e48
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uuid:eda90ac0-23e5-4426-a15e-41b5283b5e48
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pubs:664153

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