Supermodular Games and Potential Games
AbstractPotential games and supermodular games are attractive games, especially because under certain conditions they possess pure Nash equilibria. Subclasses of games with a potential are considered which are also strategically equivalent to supermodular games. The focus is on two-person zero-sum games and two-person Cournot games.
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game theory; pure Nash equilibrium; potential game; supermodular game; Cournot game; zero-sum game;
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