I am making a programme for game theory analysis (empirical and predictive) in julia. I am looking for some code in julia. Anyone did some coding in game theory so far ?
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Could you give some references to what kind of analyses you mean?
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Hi !
Thanks a lot for your message. This is a big big strat up project. I don’t think what I aim at has never been done in Python though. I want to use Julia for its speed. There will be algorithms very complex in the future, but, at this point, as a start, I am looking for a program that, for example, extract a nash equilibrium (or MinMax strategy) from an outcome matrix. A matrix, that involves, let’s say at least 10 players. Values and numbers are not important at this point. So 1/ we have the expression of the matrix, which we consider to be given. And 2/ the nash equiibrium extraction. The idea is this: if the outcome matrix has 150 players involved, it would be better to have a program checking the best solution as opposed to manual analysis. Further on, I am going to implement behavioral algorithms, that will define the outcomes of the matrix (exemple: salience, complacency, random shocks, etc.), but that is a further step. Carlino
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quant-econ have quite some tools in julia, don't know about game theory but here's the link:
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Okay, so you want to make a package for solving simple games, right? You should probably look into some of the literature on solving games numerically then. Do you have any end-users in mind, or is it just a project you want to do 'for fun' ?
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Yes, at this point a package for solving simple non cooperative games would fit. Someone sent me this: http://quant-econ.net/jl/index.html / This may help. I am at the prototype stage, but there are end users for this, such as a military organisation. Is this something you have already done ? My aim is to develop a prototype, in order to present it to several clients.
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Hi Carlino, How are things going with the game theory prototype? I'm kind of messing around with the same stuff.... please reach out to me anytime if you are interested in collaborating. I'm in Canada.
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