This course provides decision making theories and related laboratory experiments in computer science, economic, politics sociology, law and sports. Game theory is the systematic study of strategic interactions that are present everywhere in real world. This course includes the Nature of Games, Matrix Games, Games Trees, Utility Theory, Games Against Nature, Nash Equilibria and Non-Cooperative Solutions, the Prisoner’s Dilemma, Strategic Moves, the Nash Arbitration Scheme and Cooperative Solutions, N-Person Games, Imputations, Domination and Stable Sets, the Core, the Shapley Value, Bargaining Sets, the Nucleolus and the Gately Point.
Upon the successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
|Class Participation||10 Marks||10%|
|Final Examination||60 Marks||60%|