A New Kind of Fictitious Play
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Gass, Zafra, and Qiu (1996) introduce a modified version of fictitious play for matrix games where only the more successful player's strategy is retained. This paper introduces additional modifications that appear to converge faster.
Naval Research Logistics, Vol. 48, 2001, pp. 270-280Includes supplementary material: m-files for Modified Fictitious Play See "A New Kind of Fictitious Play", NRL vol. 48 (2001)
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