Strong Berge and Pareto Equilibrium Existence for a Noncooperative Game
AbstractIn this paper, we study the main properties of the strong Berge equilibrium which is also a Pareto efficient (SBPE) and the strong Nash equilibrium (SNE). We prove that any SBPE is also a SNE, we prove also existence theorem of SBPE based on the KyFan inequality. Finally, we also provide a method for computing SPBE.
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Strong Berge equilibrium; Pareto efficiency; strong Nash equilibrium; Ky Fan inequality;
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