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Demonstrations 41 - 60 of 69
Four in a Row
Throwing a Die to Score 100 Points
The Multi-Arm Bandit
Pareto?Nash Equilibria in Bicriterial Dyadic Games with Mixed Strategies
Replicator-Mutator Dynamics with Three Strategies
Bertrand Competition with Linear or Quadratic Costs
The Parrondo Paradox
Winning or Losing in the Game of Nim on Graphs
Schelling's Model of Residential Segregation
Set of Nash Equilibria in 2x3 Mixed Extended Games
Stackelberg Equilibrium Set in 2x2 Mixed Extended Games
A Random Walk on a Random Rock-Paper-Scissors Graph
Set of Nash Equilibria in 2x2x2 Mixed Extended Games
Standard and Generalized Versions of the Monty Hall Problem
Nash Equilibria with Continuous Strategies
The Prisoner's Dilemma
Payoff Gradients in Two-Player Games
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