A Note on Correlated Equilibrium
The set of correlated equilibria for a bimatrix game is a closed, bounded, convex set containing the set of Nash equilibria. We show that every extreme point of a maximal Nash set is an extreme point of the above convex set. We also give an example to show that this result is not true in the payoff space, i.e., there are games where no Nash equilibrium payoff is an extreme point of the set of correlated equilibrium payoffs.
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Volume (Year): 25 (1996)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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