Game theory, algorithms, algorithmic theory – all of these concepts seem complex and difficult to understand for many people. However, with this digital eBook, you can delve deep into the subject of multiplayer games and how they're developed, as well as how they impact modern life.
The goal of this work was to show how algorithmic game theory worked with games that are used for verification by extending the algorithmic theory of stochastic zero-sum, two-player gams that allow several players to interact.
The contents of this book have been researched and studied by several researchers who concur with the findings. Chances are you will be intrigued and find the information contained within helpful in your quest to understanding this somewhat challenging topic.
Originally Published by logic.rwth-aachen.de on 1/27/2010