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Approche Conceptuelle et Algorithmique des Equilibres de Nash Robustes Incitatifs

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On propose une analyse de la robustesse des équilibres de Nash dans le cadre d’un mécanisme Bayésien incitatif. On met en valeur une contrainte de robustesse comme élément de réponse au problème de rationalité individuelle (intermédiaire) selon 1) une approche conceptuelle des propriétés de la solution d’équilibre et 2) une approche algorithmique du protocole et des étapes calculatoires.

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  • Cédric Wanko, 2008. "Approche Conceptuelle et Algorithmique des Equilibres de Nash Robustes Incitatifs," Working Papers 08-03, LAMETA, Universtiy of Montpellier, revised Feb 2008.
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