noun as in probability theory
In cryptocurrencies, it’s as important to understand memes and the social layer as it is to understand the technology and game theory that make bitcoin a secure network.
In the 1950s, four decades before he won a Nobel Prize for his contributions to game theory and his story inspired the book and film “A Beautiful Mind,” the mathematician John Nash proved one of the most remarkable results in all of geometry.
On the other hand, even the cleverest strategy is potentially open to exploitation—game theory cannot be discounted, even by a computer of sci-fi-level superintelligence.
It’s behind strategy games like chess and entire disciplines such as game theory.
You’ve been a lifelong analyst of social dynamics and game theory.
So he and his partner, Zack Simpson, did what they do so well: started spit-balling some game theory around politics.
The ongoing game theory behind the Israeli air strikes and ground invasion is, in effect, “The Netanyahu Peace Plan.”
But instead of boning up on trivia, he read my blog—and schooled himself on game theory.
He was giving himself what his research—game theory, in this case—taught him was the best chance to win.
The Myth is popular with people who have taken a one-semester class on game theory, and/or watched a lot of movies.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.