Game Formats As Chu Spaces
It is argued that when morphisms are ignored virtually all coalitional, strategic and extensive game formats as currently employed in the extant game-theoretic literature may be presented in a fairly natural way as (concrete categories over) discrete subcategories of Chu(Set,2). Moreover, under a suitable choice of coalitional morphisms, coalitional game formats are shown to be (concrete categories over) full subcategories of Chu(Set,2).
Volume (Year): 09 (2007)
Issue (Month): 01 ()
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