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August 20th, 2016, 09:21 PM   #1
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NASH 1950 doctoral Thesis-Noncooperative games


I read quitely Nash's other 3 papers-cooperative games,but this paper seems to
be very tough to follow-on moving to pure strategy even opposite players follow mixed strategy at Nash Equilibrium.

Also his example on "roman letter strategies" ,strong solutions, subsolutions.

If anyone could some hints on it OR guide me to some articles/books ,I am grateful.

Thanx in advance

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