Certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics - Classical Game Theory MATH 3400   Classical Game Theory
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course will cover the important concepts of classical game theory: game trees, dominance, zero-sum games, saddle points, utility theory, non-zero sum games, Nash equilibrium, non-competitive solutions, Prisoner's dilemma, Chicken, Newcomb's problem. There will be applications to many areas including anthropology, biology, business, economics and philosophy.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: MATH 1030.03 or 2030.03, or permission of the instructor