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The end product of this line of reasoning is that each player should play in such a

way as to minimize his maximum losses whenever the resulting choice of

so ...

The end product of this line of reasoning is that each player should play in such a

way as to minimize his maximum losses whenever the resulting choice of

**strategy**cannot be exploited by the opponent to then improve his position . Thisso ...

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vice to obtain a random observation from the probability distribution specified by

the mixed

campaign problem ( see Table 14.5 ) select the mixed

vice to obtain a random observation from the probability distribution specified by

the mixed

**strategy**, where this ... that players 1 and 2 in variation 3 of the politicalcampaign problem ( see Table 14.5 ) select the mixed

**strategies**( X1 , X2 , X3 ) ...Page 735

Although the concept of mixed

played repeatedly , it requires some interpretation when the game is to be played

just once . In this case , using a mixed

Although the concept of mixed

**strategies**becomes quite intuitive if the game isplayed repeatedly , it requires some interpretation when the game is to be played

just once . In this case , using a mixed

**strategy**still involves selecting and using ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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