Imitation games and computation
An imitation game is a finite two person normal form game in which the two players have the same set of pure strategies and the goal of the second player is to choose the same pure strategy as the first player. We explain how, in two different settings, observations obtained from imitation games complete a circle of ideas, showing that phenomena that had for many years seemed to be distinct are actually superficially different manifestations of a single structure. First, one can pass from a...[Show more]
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