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On dynamical multi-team and signaling games. (English) Zbl 1131.91013
Summary: Dynamic multi-team games are introduced. In these games Pareto optimality is used within the team but Nash equilibrium is sought between different teams. Puu’s approach to dynamic standard games is generalized to multi-team Cournot game. Multi-team hawk-dove game is introduced. Dynamic signaling game is studied.

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91A25Dynamic games
91A28Signaling, communication (game theory)
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