CMPS166A: Game Theory and Applications I

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Introduces modern game theory, including applications in social science, biology and engineering. Topics include extensive form, strategic form, mixed strategies, incomplete information, repeated games, evolutionary games, and simulation techniques. (Also offered as Biology: Ecology & Evolutionary 176A. Students cannot receive credit for both courses.) Prerequisite(s): Applied Math and Statistics 5 or 7 or Economics 113; and Economics 11B, Applied Math and Statistics 11B, or Mathematics 11B or 19B. Enrollment restricted to juniors and seniors. Enrollment limited to 100. The Staff, D. Friedman, B. Sinervo

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2017-18
2016-17
  • Section 01
    Staff
    Econ/TM Teaches; Cross-listed with ECON 166A
2015-16
2014-15
  • Section 01
    Daniel Friedman (dan)
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
2013-14
2012-13
  • Section 01
    Barry Sinervo (sinervo)
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
    Telecast to SV
  • Section 50
    Barry Sinervo (sinervo)
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
    SV Telecast
2011-12
  • Section 01
    Daniel Friedman (dan)
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
2010-11
  • Section 01
    bsinervo 7787 (bsinervo 7787)
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
2009-10
2008-09

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