On the Finiteness of Stable Sets
AbstractFor two person games, stable sets in the sense of Kohlberg and Mertens and quasi-stable sets in the sense of Hillas are finite. In this paper we present an example to show that these sets are not necessarily finite in games with more than two players.
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Date of creation: 23 May 1996
Date of revision: 15 Jun 1996
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stable sets; Kohlberg and Mertens stability; quasi-stable sets;
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