Existence of an interim and ex-ante minimax point for an asymmetric information game
We introduce the notions of ex-ante and interim minimax point for an asymmetric information game and prove the existence of such points. Our new results include as a special case the theorem in (Aliprantis et al., 2009).
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"Existence of an interim and ex-ante minimax point for an asymmetric information game,"
Elsevier, vol. 108(1), pages 4-6, July.
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