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Reviews static equilibrium concepts, games of incomplete information, and the traditional theory of dynamic games in discrete time. Develops recent evolutionary game models, including replicator and best reply dynamics, and applications to economics, computer science, and biology. Prerequisite(s): upper-division math courses in probability theory are strongly recommended. (Cannot receive credit for this course and Economics 166B, Computer Science 166B, or Biology: Ecology and Evolutionary 176B.) (Also offered as Biology: Ecology & Evolutionary 274. Students cannot receive credit for both courses.) D. Friedman, B. Sinervo, M. Warmuth
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