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parameter represents we shall leave open: it may be taken to be the probability
that the player is irrational, or the probability that the pay-off matrix is
misconceived and that he “really” prefers unilateral surprise attack, or the
probability that ...
21 bilities of irrational attack equal to o.8 for C and o.2 for R, we get Fig. 21. And
with probabilities of o.8 apiece for irrational attack, we get Fig. 22. I II 0 | –.1 i 0 1 1
.04 ii —.1 .04 FIG. 22 The probabilities of irrational attack in the first of our ...
If each player has n moves, with probability P, or P. of irrational attack at each
move, the outcome depends on whether P. = 1 – (1 – P.)" and P. = 1 – (1 — P.)"-"
meet the conditions derived earlier. If so, each player knows that the other will not
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