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Let A be the matrix of these payoffs, representing the winnings of the row player and the loss of the column player. 8 that a Nash equilibrium of mixed strategies always exists. We will use this fact to show that an equilibrium can be found using linear programming. Consider a pair of probability distributions p ∗ and q ∗ for the row and column players that form a Nash equilibrium. The expected value paid by the column player to the row player can be expressed as v ∗ = p ∗ Aq ∗ (if we think of p∗ as a row vector and q ∗ as a column vector).
The problem is essentially combinatorial, and in the case of two players it can be solved by a pivoting technique called the Lemke–Howson algorithm, which however is exponential in the worst case. We outline the recent proof that finding a Nash equilibrium is complete for the complexity class PPAD, even in the case of two players; this is evidence that the problem is intractable. We also introduce several variants of succinctly representable games, a genre important in terms of both applications and computational considerations, and discuss algorithms for correlated equilibria, a more relaxed equilibrium concept.
Find any minimum spanning tree, say T , and root it at vertex 0. Define the cost of agent i to be the cost of the first edge on the unique path from i to 0 in T . , the total cost retrieved from the n agents is precisely the cost of a minimum spanning tree in G. , c(S). P1: SBT 9780521872829main CUNY1061-Nisan 0 521 87282 0 July 5, 2007 14:11 CHAPTER 2 The Complexity of Finding Nash Equilibria Christos H. Papadimitriou Abstract Computing a Nash equilibrium, given a game in normal form, is a fundamental problem for Algorithmic Game Theory.