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Chapter 5: Games with Sequential Actions: Reasoning and Computing with the Extensive Form

  • Page number: 126
    • Section number: 5.1.4
    • Date: 11th Oct 2008
    • Name: Stefan K
    • Email: stefank at cs (dot) stanford (dot) edu
    • Content: Missing fullstop at the end of the page.
  • Page number: 144
    • Section number: 5.2.4
    • Date: 11/26/08
    • Name: James Wright
    • Email: jrwright@csDELETEthisTEXT.ubc.ca
    • Content: Theorem 5.2.12 should read "In extensive-form games of perfect information, the set of subgame-perfect equilibria is exactly the set of sequential equilibria," and footnote 9 should be removed. (The issue with genericity arises only under games of imperfect information.)
  • Page number: 132
    • Section number: 5.2.2
    • Date: Feb 10, 2009
    • Name: Sean Sutherland
    • Email: ssuther(at) cs.ubc.ca
    • Content: The paragraph beginning "We illustrate this distinction first..." should be removed. We discussed that it could be misleading about the differences between behavioral and mixed strategies, while not really contributing something worthwhile. One point was that it doesn't mention that correlations in mixed strategies only occur off-path.
  • Page number: 125
    • Section number: 5.1.5
    • Date:May 13, 2009
    • Name: Grigorios Tsoumakas
    • Email: greg@csdDELETEthisTEXT.auth.gr
    • Content:"from the root of the tree up to the root" should be "from the leaves of the tree up to the root"
  • Page number: 130
    • Section number:5.2.1
    • Date:Feb 18, 2010
    • Name: B.J.Buter
    • Email: bjbuter [at] science [dot] uva [dot] nl
    • Content: Definition 5.2.1 "I=..., equivalence relation" is not an equivalence relation. An equivalence relation is a collection of ordered pairs, thus if I_{i,j} were a relation, then where h \in I_{i,j} is written, h should be an ordered pair, this is not meant. I would rewrite as:"I=(I_1,...,I_n), where I_i={I_{i,1},...,I_{i,k_i}} is a partition of \{h\in H : \rho(h) = i\}, with I_{i,j} equivalence classes."

-- KevinLeytonBrown - 13 Nov 2008

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