I am looking for examples in games such as Go, Chess, and Backgammon, where the believed-optimal move turned out to be suboptimal as a computer found better strategies.
The study of ecology and evolution is becoming increasingly more mathematical, but most of the theoretical tools seem to be coming from physics. However, in many cases the problems have a very ...
I've been reading about mechanism design and the field seems a little abstract, in that I cannot ascertain whether a certain approach towards solving games falls under mechanism design. Let me ...
When considering interactions on networks, it is usually very hard to calculate the dynamics analytically, and approximations are employed. Mean-field approximations usually end up ignoring the ...
I use the title term in a very loose sense. There is a significant amount of work on evolutionary game theory, including its mathematical foundations. I was recommended "Evolutionary Games and ...