Part 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnCae_poBpc
Game Theory, Part 4 ( Nonstrictly Determined Games ).
Here we start looking at the more interesting game theory problems dealing with nonstrictly determined games.
We begin by looking at such a game and introduce the notion of a strategy for each player (associated probabilities) and discuss mixed strategies.
Again, no computations in this video; instead we simply motivate the problem and introduce some needed terminology.
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