Modeling of Transmit Power Determination in a Self-organizing CDMA Wireless Network", Proc.
This is a type of subgame for which a rich game-theoretic
literature exists, and one example of where existing game-theoretic
work could be used to inform the gaming.
One can adduce that certain coordination problems impinged on postwar American society to an unprecedented extent from the words, metaphors, and analogies with which mathematicians started to describe game-theoretic
Doyle, "A game-theoretic
model for medium access control," in WICON '07, Austin, Texas, USA, 2007.
In this work (1), we build two-party secure set-intersection protocol in game-theoretic
setting using cryptographic primitives.
Next, part four presents a generalized partnership-game model and explains the possible application of this game-theoretic
model to public-private contracts in the water sector.
Chua (2003) uses a multi-person game-theoretic
framework to explain why an individual chooses to share knowledge even though he/she belongs to an organization whose culture discourages knowledge sharing.
From a game-theoretic
perspective, competitors solve a specified game that has an equilibrium condition in the form of Nash equilibrium or its refinements (sub-game perfection).
The author begins with Bodel's 1202 play Le Jeu de Saint Nicolas, involving the dice game "hasard," a game whose complex rules are only partially known today; he then advances to the 1640s and Pascal's well-known wager, presented in the Pensees as a game-theoretic
argument why even atheists should live as if they believe in God.
The model builds on the work of Bellman and Zadeh (1970), who analyze decision making in a fuzzy environment, and extends it to a game-theoretic
assumptions about an agent's knowledge of the environment, the options, and the fellow players are also criticized as too formalized.
Ankum, 1993, "A Real Options and Game-Theoretic
Approach to Corporate Investment Strategy Under Competition", Financial Management, 22:241-250