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Game Theory in Wireless and Communication Networks by Walid Saad, Dusit Niyato, Zhu Han

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3    Non-cooperative games

Non-cooperative game theory is one of the most important branches of game theory, focusing on the study and analysis of competitive decision-making involving several players. It provides an analytical framework suited for characterizing the interactions and decision-making process involving several players with partially or totally conflicting interests over the outcome of a decision process which is affected by their actions. Examples of non-cooperative games are ubiquitous. In economics, firms operating in the same market compete over pricing strategies, market control, trading of goods, and the like. In wireless and ...

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