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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

6.254 - Game Theory with Engineering Applications - MIT Lecture Notes

Instructor(s) - Prof. Asu Ozdaglar

MIT Course Number - 6.254

Level - Graduate

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of game theory and mechanism design. It emphasizes on theoretical foundations, mathematical tools, modeling, and equilibrium notions in different environments.

1 Introduction (PDF)
2 Strategic form games (PDF)
3 Strategic form games: solution concepts (PDF)
4 Strategic form games: solution concepts
Correlated rationalizability
5 Existence of a Nash equilibrium (PDF)
6 Continuous and discontinuous games (PDF)
7 Supermodular games (PDF)
8 Supermodular and potential games (PDF)
9 Computation of Nash equilibrium in finite games (PDF)
10 Evolution and learning in games (PDF)
11 Learning in games (PDF)
12 Extensive form games I (PDF)
13 Extensive form games II (PDF)
14 Nash bargaining solution (PDF)
15 Repeated games I (PDF)
16 Repeated games II (PDF)
17 Games with incomplete information: Bayesian Nash equilibria (PDF)
18 Games with incomplete information: Bayesian Nash equilibria and perfect Bayesian equilibria (PDF)
19 Mechanism design I (PDF)
20 Mechanism design II (PDF)
21 Social choice and voting theory (PDF)

Prof. Asu Ozdaglar, 6.254, Game Theory with Engineering Applications
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT OpenCouseWare), (Accessed August 27, 2013). 
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