Invariant games. (Juegos invariantes.) (Spanish. English summary) Zbl 0661.90103

Summary: Some games which have symmetry properties with respect to groups of transformations are studied. Under general conditions we reduce the study of an invariant game to the study of a restricted game. As an application we show that the game has a value if the group is transitive. Harmonic analysis allows us to characterize every optimal strategy for the convolution game.


91A05 2-person games
91A07 Games with infinitely many players
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