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Game theory

2014
  • Georg Ostrovski and Sebastian van Strien, Payoff performance of fictitious play, Journal of Dynamics and Games 1, 4 (2014), 621−638. Article MathSciNet Preprint
2011
  • Georg Ostrovski and Sebastian van Strien, Piecewise linear Hamiltonian flows associated to zero-sum games: transition combinatorics and questions on ergodicity, Regular and Chaotic Dynamics 16, 1−2 (2011), 128−153. Article MathSciNet
  • Sebastian van Strien, Hamiltonian flows with random-walk behaviour originating from zero-sum games and fictitious play, Nonlinearity 24, 6 (2011), 1715−1742. Article MathSciNet
  • Sebastian van Strien and Colin Sparrow, Fictitious play in 3x3 games: chaos and dithering behaviour, Games and Economic Behavior 73, 1 (2011), 262−286. Article MathSciNet
2008
  • Colin Sparrow, Sebastian van Strien, and Christopher Harris, Fictitious play in 3x3 games: the transition between periodic and chaotic behaviour, Games and Economic Behavior 63, 1 (2008), 259−291. Article MathSciNet