On Properness and Protectiveness in Two Person Multicriteria Games
AbstractThis paper extends the concepts of proper equilibria, protective behaviour and prudent behaviour to multicriteria games.Three types of proper equilibria based on different types of domination are introduced.It is shown that protective behaviour coincides with prudent behaviour.Possible relations and existence are analyzed.
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Multicriteria games; proper; protective; prudent;
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