Correlation in Extensive-Form Games: Saddle-Point Formulation and Benchmarks

ADVANCES IN NEURAL INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS 32 (NIPS 2019), pp. 9229-9239, 2019.

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While Nash equilibrium in extensive-form games is well understood, very little is known about the properties of extensive-form correlated equilibrium (EFCE), both from a behavioral and from a computational point of view. In this setting, the strategic behavior of players is complemented by an external device that privately recommends move...More

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