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

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4    Bayesian games

The game models discussed in the preceding chapters were all built on the governing assumption that the players all have complete information on the elements of the game, particularly on the action spaces of all players and the players’ payoff (or cost) functions, and that this is all common information to all players. However, in many situations, especially in a competitive environment, the a priori information available to a player may not be publicly available to other players. In particular, a player may not have complete information on his opponents’ possible actions, strategies, and payoffs. For example, in the latter ...

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