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The countries of Oceania and Eurasia are at war. The bombers could come from either base Alpha, which can reach the cities of Argula and Betra; or from base Beta, which can reach either Carnat or Dussel. Eurasia decides which one of these four cities to attack.
After making that observation, Oceania decides which one and only one of its four cities to evacuate. Assign a payoff of 2 to Oceania if it succeeds in evacuating the city that is to be bombed and a payoff of 1 otherwise.
Assign Eurasia a payoff of 1 if the city it bombs was not evacuated and a zero payoff otherwise. Write down the extensive form game. Beta Alpha. Player 1 moves initially by choosing among four actions: a, b, c, and d. If player 1 chose anything but d, then player 2 chooses between x and y. Player 2 gets to observe the choice of player 1. If player 1 chose d, then player 3 moves by choosing between left and right. Write down the extensive form of this setting. You can ignore payoffs.
Consider a setting in which player 1 moves first by choosing among three actions: a, b, and c. After observing the choice of player 1, player 2 chooses among two actions: x and y. Consider the following three variants as to what player 3 can do and what she knows when she moves: a. If player 1 chose a, then player 3 selects among two actions: high and low.
If player 1 chose either a or b, then player 3 selects among two actions: high and low. Player 3 observes the choice of player 2, but not that of player 1. Return to the game involving the U. Court of Appeals in Section 2. Suppose, at the start of the game, it is known by all that Judge Z will read only the brief of Ms. Write down the corresponding extensive form game. You may exclude payoffs.
The city council is to decide on a proposal to raise property taxes. Suppose Ms. Jones and Mrs. The voting procedure works as follows: Excluding the chair, Mr. Doubtfire simultaneously write down their votes on slips of paper. Each writes either for or against the tax increase.
The secretary of the city council then opens the slips of paper and announces the vote tally. If the secretary reports that both slips say for, then the tax increase is implemented and the game is over. If both vote against, then the tax increase is not implemented and, again, the game is over.
However, if it is reported that the vote is one for and one against, then Ms. Tuttle has to vote. If she votes for, then the tax increase is implemented, and if she votes against, then it is not. In both cases, the game is then over.
As to payoffs, if the tax increase is implemented, then Mrs. Doubtfire and Mr. Jones each receive a payoff of 3. If the tax increase proposal fails, then Mrs.
Doubtfire has a payoff of 4 and Mr. As for Ms. Her payoff from a tax increase when her vote is not required is 5, her payoff from a tax increase when her for vote is required is 2, and her payoff from taxes not being increased is zero regardless of whether or not she voted. Write down the extensive form of the game composed of Ms. Tuttle, Mr. Jones, and Mrs. There are three doors, and behind two doors is a booby prize i.
The doors are labeled 1, 2, and 3. The strategic situation starts when, prior to the show, the host, Monty Hall, selects one of the three doors behind which to place the good prize. Then, during the show, a contestant selects one of the three doors. After its selection, Monty opens up one of the two doors not selected by the contestant. In opening up a door, a rule of the show is that Monty is prohibited from opening the door with the good prize.
After Monty opens a door, the contestant is then given the opportunity to continue with the door originally selected or switch to the other unopened door.
Thus, you are to write down the extensive form for when 1 Monty Hall chooses the door behind which the good prize is placed; 2 the contestant chooses a door; and 3 Monty Hall chooses a door to open. The contestant cannot discriminate between those two nodes since they entail the same sequence of observed actions—the contestant chose door 1 and Monty opened door 2—and differ only in terms of where Monty put the prize.
For the Iraq War game in Figure 2. A strategy for Iraq is then a triple of actions. At two of those information sets it has two feasible actions and at the other one it has three actions. The total number of strategies for Iraq is then 12 strategies.
The United States has four information sets: 1 the UN did not request inspections; 2 the UN requested inspections and Iraq rejected the. The final information set is a singleton because of the implicit assumption that a UN inspection will reveal that Iraq has WMD when Iraq does not attempt to hide them.
A strategy for the U. Since at each of its four information sets the U. Finally, the UN has one information set. Like the U. A strategy for the UN is then a single action; its strategy set is composed of request inspections and do not request inspections. Derive the corresponding strategic form for the extensive form game in the figure below. ANSWER: Player 1 has two information sets, the initial node and the information set associated with a1 and a2 having been played.
The payoff matrix associated with these strategies is shown in the figure below. Player 2 has two information sets. Her first information set is the information set associated with player 1 having chosen either a or b. Her second information set is associated with player 1 having chosen c or d. The strategic form game for this game is shown in the figure below. The strategic form game is shown in the figure below.
Three extensive form games are shown in the following figure. State which of them, if any, violate the assumption of perfect recall. Explain your answer. In game a , consider the information set for player 1 that includes two nodes. One node is associated with 1 having chosen a and 2 having chosen y. The other is associated with 1 having chosen b and 2 having chosen x. At this information set, 1 is then unsure whether she chose a or b.
That violates perfect recall. Game b satisfies perfect recall. When 1 chooses between actions c and d, she cannot discriminate between the nodes in which play was b S x and play was a S y, nor between the nodes in which play was b S x and play was b S y. Alexa and Judd live in Boston and have been dating for about a year and are fairly serious. Alexa has been promoted to Regional Manager and been given the choice of assignments in Atlanta, Boise, and Tucson.
The payoffs associated with the six possible outcomes are in the accompanying table. Derive the extensive form game. A strategy for Judd is a 3-tuple of actions; what to do if Alexa moves to Atlanta, what to do if she moves to Boise, and what to do if she moves to Tucson. When he released his new novel The Plant, the best-selling author Stephen King chose to make early chapters downloadable for free on his website www.
Steal and the story folds. All chapters have been released except for the final one, which, of course, has the climax. For Abigail or Carrie, if the final chapter is released then each receives a payoff of 5 minus how much money she contributed.
For Danny, if the final chapter is released then he receives a payoff of 10 minus how much money he contributed. If the final chapter is not released then each reader receives a payoff of 2 minus how much he or she contributed. Assume all three readers make simultaneous contribution decisions.
Write down the strategic form game.
The countries of Oceania and Eurasia are at war. The bombers could come from either base Alpha, which can reach the cities of Argula and Betra; or from base Beta, which can reach either Carnat or Dussel. Eurasia decides which one of these four cities to attack. After making that observation, Oceania decides which one and only one of its four cities to evacuate. Assign a payoff of 2 to Oceania if it succeeds in evacuating the city that is to be bombed and a payoff of 1 otherwise. Assign Eurasia a payoff of 1 if the city it bombs was not evacuated and a zero payoff otherwise.
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Альфонсо Тринадцатый. Очень хорошо, прямо сейчас туда загляну. Спасибо, что помогли. Дэвид Беккер повесил трубку. Альфонсо XIII.
- Халохот думал, что поблизости никого. Халохот какое-то время наблюдал за происходящим, потом скрылся за деревьями, по-видимому, выжидая. - Сейчас произойдет передача, - предупредил Смит. - В первый раз мы этого не заметили.
Джабба не шелохнулся. - Мы ищем цифровой ключ, черт его дери. А не альфа-группы. Ключ к шифру-убийце - это число. - Но, сэр, тут висячие строки.
Это совершенно ясно.
Но он тут же выбросил эту мысль из головы и перешел к главному. - А что с кольцом? - спросил он как можно более безразличным тоном. - Лейтенант рассказал вам про кольцо? - удивился Клушар, - Рассказал. - Что вы говорите! - Старик был искренне изумлен. - Я не думал, что он мне поверил.
Грег, - сказала она, и голос ее зазвучал мягче, хотя далось ей это нелегко. - Сегодня я не в духе. Меня огорчают твои разговоры о нашем агентстве как каком-то соглядатае, оснащенном современной техникой. Эта организация создавалась с единственной целью - обеспечивать безопасность страны. При этом дерево иногда приходится потрясти, чтобы собрать подгнившие плоды.
И пойдет на все, лишь бы эта информация не вышла из стен Третьего узла. А что, подумала Сьюзан, если броситься мимо него и побежать к двери. Но осуществить это намерение ей не пришлось.
Да, сэр. Уверен, что человеку вашего положения хорошо известно, что канадское правительство делает все для защиты соотечественников от неприятностей, которые случаются с ними в этих… э-э… скажем так, не самых передовых странах. Тонкие губы Клушара изогнулись в понимающей улыбке.
Это я гарантирую. Как только найдется недостающая копия ключа, Цифровая крепость - ваша. - Но с ключа могут снять копию. - Каждый, кто к нему прикоснется, будет уничтожен. Повисла тишина.
- Он японец, а не китаец. Беккер поднял. Лейтенант листал паспорт умершего. - Я бы предпочел, чтобы вы ни к чему не прикасались, - попросил. Ничего не трогайте.
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- Сьюзан шумно выдохнула и повернулась к. - Я думаю, - начала она, -что я только… -но слова застряли у нее в горле.
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