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Technical note: Games with vector payoffs. (English) Zbl 0556.90095
Two-person games are defined in which the payoffs are vectors. Necessary and sufficient conditions for optimal mixed strategies are developed, and examples are presented.

MSC:
91A05 2-person games
90C31 Sensitivity, stability, parametric optimization
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