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Theory of Moves (ToM) Calculator

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Determines Non-Myopic Equilibria (NME) in 2x2 ordinal games accorting to the Theory of Moves (ToM).


Updated 04 Jan 2017

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Set of MATLAB functions that computes the (NME) of 2x2 ordinal games according to the Theory of Moves (ToM) proposed by Brams (1994) "Theory of Moves" , chap. 1. The basic idea of ToM is that both players make moves projecting sufficiently ahead into the future but assuming that cycles should be passed up in order to avoid blocking the game. To make his decision, each player looks ahead and uses backward induction to decide whether moving will be beneficial or not. For additional details, see the attached pdf.

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Enrique M. Quilis (2021). Theory of Moves (ToM) Calculator (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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