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The

in Fig. 8. One player chooses a row, the other a column ; Fig. 8 and they receive

the rewards denoted by the numbers contained in the cell where their choices ...

The

**payoff matrix**for a pure coordination problem would look something like thatin Fig. 8. One player chooses a row, the other a column ; Fig. 8 and they receive

the rewards denoted by the numbers contained in the cell where their choices ...

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... promises that are susceptible of formal analysis, it must be possible to

represent such moves in the traditional form of strategy choices, with the

various moves.

... promises that are susceptible of formal analysis, it must be possible to

represent such moves in the traditional form of strategy choices, with the

**payoff****matrix**of the original game expanded to allow for the choices among thesevarious moves.

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A nontacit ("cooperative") nonzero-sum game — a bargaining game — is not

defined by its

be specified. Commonly these operations are sketched in by reference to the

notion ...

A nontacit ("cooperative") nonzero-sum game — a bargaining game — is not

defined by its

**payoff matrix**; the operations by which choices are made must stillbe specified. Commonly these operations are sketched in by reference to the

notion ...

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### Contents

The Retarded Science of International Strategy | 3 |

An Essay on Bargaining | 21 |

Bargaining Communication and Limited War | 53 |

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