On the Structure of Equilibrium Strategies in Dynamic Gaussian Signaling Games

11 Jul 2016 Sayin Muhammed Akyol Emrah Basar Tamer

This paper analyzes a finite horizon dynamic signaling game motivated by the well-known strategic information transmission problems in economics. The mathematical model involves information transmission between two agents, a sender who observes two Gaussian processes, state and bias, and a receiver who takes an action based on the received message from the sender... (read more)

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  • SYSTEMS AND CONTROL
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE AND GAME THEORY
  • INFORMATION THEORY
  • INFORMATION THEORY