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1Lecture 1 : Combinatorial Games: Introduction and examplesDownload
2Lecture 2 : Combinatorial Games: N and P positionsDownload
3Lecture 3 : Combinatorial Games: Zermelo’s TheoremDownload
4Lecture 4 : Combinatorial Games: The game of HexDownload
5Lecture 5 : Combinatorial Games: Nim gamesDownload
6Lecture 6: Combinatorial Games: Sprague-Grundy Theorem - IDownload
7Lecture 7: Combinatorial Games: Sprague-Grundy Theorem - IIDownload
8Lecture 8: Combinatorial Games: Sprague-Grundy Theorem - IIIDownload
9Lecture 9: Combinatorial Games: The Sylver Coinage GameDownload
10Lecture 10: Zero-Sum Games: Introduction and examplesDownload
11Lecture 11 : Zero-Sum Games: Saddle Point Equilibria & the Minimax TheoremDownload
12Lecture 12 : Zero-Sum Games: Mixed StrategiesDownload
13Lecture 13 : Zero-Sum Games: Existence of Saddle Point EquilibriaDownload
14Lecture 14 : Zero-Sum Games: Proof of the Minimax TheoremDownload
15Lecture 15 : Zero-Sum Games: Properties of Saddle Point EquilibriaDownload
16Lecture 16 : Zero-Sum Games: Computing Saddle Point EquilibriaDownload
17Lecture 17 : Zero-Sum Games: Matrix Game PropertiesDownload
18Lecture 18 : Non-Zero-Sum Games: Introduction and ExamplesDownload
19Lecture 19 : Non-Zero-Sum Games: Existence of Nash Equilibrium Part IDownload
20Lecture 20 : Non-Zero-Sum Games: Existence of Nash Equilibrium Part IIDownload
21Lecture 21 : Iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategiesDownload
22Lecture 22 : Lemke-Howson Algorithm IDownload
23Lecture 23 : Lemke-Howson Algorithm IIDownload
24Lecture 24 : Lemke-Howson Algorithm IIIDownload
25Lecture 25 : Evolutionary Stable Strategies -IDownload
26Lecture 26 : Evolutionarily Stable Strategies - IIDownload
27Lecture 27 : Evolutionarily Stable Strategies - IIIDownload
28Lecture 28 : Fictitious PlayDownload
29Lecture 29 : Brown-Von Neumann-Nash DynamicsDownload
30Lecture 30 : Potential GamesDownload
31Lecture 31 : Cooperative Games: Correlated EquilibriaDownload
32Lecture 32 : Cooperative Games: The Nash Bargaining Problem IDownload
33Lecture 33 : Cooperative Games: The Nash Bargaining Problem IIDownload
34Lecture 34 : Cooperative Games: The Nash Bargaining Problem III Download
35Lecture 35 : Cooperative Games: Transferable Utility GamesDownload
36Lecture 36 : Cooperative Games: The CoreDownload
37Lecture 37 : Cooperative Games: Characterization of Games with non-empty CoreDownload
38Lecture 38 : Cooperative Games: Shapley ValueDownload
39Lecture 39 : Cooperative Games: The NucleolusDownload
40Lecture 40 : The Matching ProblemDownload

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1Lecture 1 : Combinatorial Games: Introduction and examplesDownload
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2Lecture 2 : Combinatorial Games: N and P positionsDownload
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3Lecture 3 : Combinatorial Games: Zermelo’s TheoremDownload
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4Lecture 4 : Combinatorial Games: The game of HexDownload
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5Lecture 5 : Combinatorial Games: Nim gamesDownload
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6Lecture 6: Combinatorial Games: Sprague-Grundy Theorem - IDownload
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7Lecture 7: Combinatorial Games: Sprague-Grundy Theorem - IIDownload
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8Lecture 8: Combinatorial Games: Sprague-Grundy Theorem - IIIDownload
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9Lecture 9: Combinatorial Games: The Sylver Coinage GameDownload
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10Lecture 10: Zero-Sum Games: Introduction and examplesDownload
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11Lecture 11 : Zero-Sum Games: Saddle Point Equilibria & the Minimax TheoremDownload
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12Lecture 12 : Zero-Sum Games: Mixed StrategiesDownload
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13Lecture 13 : Zero-Sum Games: Existence of Saddle Point EquilibriaDownload
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14Lecture 14 : Zero-Sum Games: Proof of the Minimax TheoremDownload
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15Lecture 15 : Zero-Sum Games: Properties of Saddle Point EquilibriaDownload
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16Lecture 16 : Zero-Sum Games: Computing Saddle Point EquilibriaDownload
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17Lecture 17 : Zero-Sum Games: Matrix Game PropertiesDownload
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18Lecture 18 : Non-Zero-Sum Games: Introduction and ExamplesDownload
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19Lecture 19 : Non-Zero-Sum Games: Existence of Nash Equilibrium Part IDownload
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20Lecture 20 : Non-Zero-Sum Games: Existence of Nash Equilibrium Part IIDownload
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21Lecture 21 : Iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategiesDownload
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22Lecture 22 : Lemke-Howson Algorithm IDownload
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23Lecture 23 : Lemke-Howson Algorithm IIDownload
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24Lecture 24 : Lemke-Howson Algorithm IIIDownload
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25Lecture 25 : Evolutionary Stable Strategies -IDownload
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26Lecture 26 : Evolutionarily Stable Strategies - IIDownload
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27Lecture 27 : Evolutionarily Stable Strategies - IIIDownload
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28Lecture 28 : Fictitious PlayDownload
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29Lecture 29 : Brown-Von Neumann-Nash DynamicsDownload
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30Lecture 30 : Potential GamesDownload
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31Lecture 31 : Cooperative Games: Correlated EquilibriaDownload
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32Lecture 32 : Cooperative Games: The Nash Bargaining Problem IDownload
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33Lecture 33 : Cooperative Games: The Nash Bargaining Problem IIDownload
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34Lecture 34 : Cooperative Games: The Nash Bargaining Problem III Download
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35Lecture 35 : Cooperative Games: Transferable Utility GamesDownload
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36Lecture 36 : Cooperative Games: The CoreDownload
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37Lecture 37 : Cooperative Games: Characterization of Games with non-empty CoreDownload
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38Lecture 38 : Cooperative Games: Shapley ValueDownload
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39Lecture 39 : Cooperative Games: The NucleolusDownload
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40Lecture 40 : The Matching ProblemDownload
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