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HUNTING PRACTICES
STAG HUNTERS
PAYOFFS
GAME THEORY
FIGURE
PLAYERS
RABBITS
HARE
GAME
HUNTERS
PAYOFF MATRIX
SEXES
NASH EQUILIBRIA
STAG HUNT
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Definitions

  1. The stag hunt is a story intended to illustrate globalization.
  2. Formally, a Stag Hunt is a game with two pure strategy Nash equilibria - one that is risk dominant another that is payoff dominant.

Hunting Practices

  1. Also, the hunting practices of orca (known as carousel feeding) are an example of a Stag Hunt.

Stag Hunters

  1. For instance, in the Stag Hunt, if Stag Hunters can learn to interact with each other, Stag Hunting can flourish.

Payoffs

  1. Subjects in the experiment play three versions of a game called Stag Hunt, which are identical up to the level of payoffs, under a variety of treatments. (Web site)

Game Theory

  1. In game theory, the stag hunt is a game which describes a conflict between safety and social cooperation. (Web site)

Figure

  1. The game in Figure 1 is a well-known game-theoretic dilemma called stag hunt.

Players

  1. If players in a Stag Hunt meet their own type, cooperators (Stag Hunters) do better than loners (Hare hunters).

Rabbits

  1. There are two rational outcomes to the stag hunt: Either both hunters hunt the stag as a team, or each hunts rabbits by himself. (Web site)

Hare

  1. But a cooperator faces a payoff of zero if his potential partner decides to chase a Hare instead of helping with the Stag hunt.

Game

  1. Fig.3 - Reaction correspondence for both players in the Stag Hunt game.
  2. Figure 2. Reaction correspondence for player X in the Stag Hunt game.

Hunters

  1. In the stag hunt, two hunters must each decide whether to hunt the stag together or hunt rabbits alone.

Payoff Matrix

  1. An example of the payoff matrix for the stag hunt is pictured in Figure 2.

Sexes

  1. If you want to see it in action check out Battle of the sexes (game theory) or Stag hunt.

Nash Equilibria

  1. Formally, a Stag Hunt is a game with two Nash equilibria one that is risk dominant another that is payoff dominant.
  2. The stag hunt differs from the Prisoner's Dilemma in that there are two Nash equilibria: when both players cooperate and both players defect. (Web site)

Stag Hunt

  1. Games in which players score highest when both players choose the same strategy, such as the Stag hunt and Battle of the sexes are called coordination games.
  2. The standard representations of chicken, the Prisoner's Dilemma, Battle of the Sexes, and the Stag hunt are all symmetric games. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Prisoner's Dilemma
  2. Stag
  3. Nash Equilibria
  4. Sexes
  5. Payoff Matrix
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