Ways of randomizing and the problem of their equivalence
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Different ways of randomizing have been compared by various authors. An apparent discrepancy between the results stated by game theorists and those stated by statisticians is clarified here, and Kuhn’s theorem on the necessity of perfect recall for the equivalence of two ways of randomizing is extended beyond countable cases.
KeywordsJoint Distribution Action Space Pure Strategy Random Strategy Statistical Game
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