Introduction to Game Theory

Anadolu University
Game theory is the study of mathematical models that involve stakeholders with

different interests. In zero-sum (antagonistic) games, the interests are totally

conflicting. In contrast, non-zero- sum games describe the situation where

interests are not completely opposed. This eight-week course covers fundamentals

of game theory.

Participants will be able to define the concepts of matrix and player strategy,

explain the concept of mixed strategy that emerges when the game is repeated.

They will learn the concept of equilibrium and its importance in the game, and

define the Nash equilibrium. They will develop understanding of the popular

minimax theorem, methods of solutions, and solutions of some sample games.

Language: Turkish


Duration: 0 weeks

Hours of study: 25 hours

EQF-Level: EQF level 5 - Foundation/Diploma of Higher Education



Delivery mode: Learn anywhere online



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