Probe and Adjust

Biological Theory 8 (2):195-200 (2013)
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How can players reach a Nash equilibrium? I offer one possible explanation in terms of a low-rationality learning method called probe and adjust by proving that it converges to strict Nash equilibria in an important class of games. This demonstrates that decidedly limited learning methods can support Nash equilibrium play



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Simon Huttegger
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