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To ask other readers questions about Game Theoryplease sign up. I think this is a good introduction, especially as I found the book light on maths—a good thing for my Greek symbols anxiety. It is a very short introduction to game theory, but it hits the important notes and gives just enough information to whet the whistle and prepare juegow reader for more complex, detailed books discussing game theory I read Game Theory in brief for my curriculum this term. On the other hand there is much criticism that could be made of it.
At less than pages Binmore is able to break down Game Theory into chapters on chance, time, conventions, reciprocity, bnmore, auctions, evolutionary biology, bargaining and coalitions, puzzles and paradoxes.
This is a good short introduction to Game Theory for non-mathematicians. But why read something that is hard work – well for me the concept is fascinating – game theory has been quoted, mis-interpreted and yes even abused so many times it was about time to see what it was all about – and the “Very short introduction” book is a great way of achieving that without reducing me to a gibbering wreck.
The book also gives a little bit of history of where the various theories came from both good and bad and shows a little illumination of where the theories have been used.
I was already somehow familiar with Game Theory, having followed tutorials and on online classes.
Obscure and underwritten for beginners, uninteresting for non-beginners. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I will admit my head hurts after this book and no its not a bad thing.
Jun 11, Franck Chauvel rated it liked it Shelves: Extensive collaboration with 25 co-authors.
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This Very Short Introduction offers a succinct tour of the fascinating world of game theory, a ground-breaking field that analyzes how to play g Games are everywhere: The book also often generalizes “toys games” into real life and philosophical questions. I found myself glazing over so many pages, the explanations were not good, and I just didn’t enjoy it.
He was quite sour on moral philosophy, calling out Kant at least twice.
A couple of areas needed multiple readings eg all the terminology around bees and the last chapter would need further knowledge to really get a handle on why it works, but author clearly loves the topic which teeoria pretty infectious, and lots of jumping off points to pick up books from the bibliography. The tone is patronising, defensive, often adversarial. Paperbackpages.
Books by Ken Binmore. I am note sure, but I have not read other alternative. So it lives up to its name. That got me interested in knowing more about this. Although, at times I felt like a short introduction like this could be easier to read. For the non-beginner, the book sometimes skims over areas that the reader or perhaps, just this reader might want to wade deeper more maths into.
The mathematics this is not the author’s fault is rather thin on the ground, which sometimes makes it difficult to follow. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Some pages, I really needed to stop a few mins and read it a few times. Binmore does a good job, however.
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Still, I found some chapters difficult, especially the last one about bargaining, Though, I have been too lazy to grab a pen and binmote and work out the various games on In this very short introduction about pagesKen Binmore surveys Game Theory, talking about chance, time, conventions, reciprocity, information, auctions, evolutionary biology and finally bargaining. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Jun 06, Andrew rated it really liked it. I was very satisfied with the progression of the book, and loved getting a bit more info on juegso game theory notables as Nash, Von Neumann, etc.
Trusting that the author indeed knows that which he writes upon.