1 prisoners' dilemmaэк., т. игр дилемма заключенныхSyn:
2 prisoners dilemmaдилемма заключённых, проблема выбора оптимальной смешанной стратегии в играх на выживание ( с одинаковыми интересами участников), проф. игра "два бандита"
3 prisoners dilemmaдилемма заключённых, проблема выбора оптимальной смешанной стратегии в играх на выживание ( с одинаковыми интересами участников), проф. игра "два бандита"
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prisoners' dilemma — The classic problem in game theory . Two prisoners jointly charged with a crime are held apart, and each is given the option of confessing, or not confessing. If neither confesses, the prosecutor will find a lesser charge, and each will serve two … Philosophy dictionary
prisoners' dilemmas — prisoners dilemma … Philosophy dictionary
dilemma — The simplest form of a dilemma is an argument of the form: ‘If p then q, if not p then q, so in any event q .’ More complex forms were traditionally distinguished. A constructive dilemma is of the form: ‘If p then r, if q then r, but either p or… … Philosophy dictionary
Prisoner's dilemma — This article is about game theory. For the 1988 novel, see Prisoner s Dilemma (novel). For the Doctor Who audiobook, see The Prisoner s Dilemma. For the 2001 play, see The Prisoner s Dilemma (play). The prisoner’s dilemma is a canonical example… … Wikipedia
Prisoner's Dilemma (novel) — Infobox Book | name = Prisoner s Dilemma title orig = image caption = Cover of a reprint edition. author = Richard Powers illustrator = cover artist = country = United States language = English genre = Novel publisher = Beech Tree Books release… … Wikipedia
The Prisoner's Dilemma — Bigfinishbox title=The Prisoner s Dilemma series= Doctor Who number= featuring=Ace writer=Simon Guerrier director=Lisa Bowerman producer= executive producer= production code=BFPDWCC15 set between=TBC length= date=January 2009| The Prisoner s… … Wikipedia
Social dilemma — Social dilemmas are situations in which private interests are at odds with collective interests. Such situations arise because people frequently attach more weight to their short term selfish interests than to the long term interests of the group … Wikipedia
Prisoner's Dilemma — A paradigmatic instance in game theory , which takes its name from a story of two prisoners, who are interrogated separately and cannot communicate with each other. There is insufficient evidence for the police to convict either prisoner of armed … Dictionary of sociology
prisoner’s dilemma — A branch of *game theory that systematically analyzes strategies for the optimal selection of alternative courses of action in competitive conditions. The prisoner’s dilemma focuses on the complexities of making competitive choices. In a… … Auditor's dictionary
prisoner's dilemma — n. in game theory, a situation in which, if each of the individuals involved chooses the most rational option for gaining his or her own ends, the least desirable outcome for all will necessarily result * * * Imaginary situation employed in game… … Universalium
prisoner's dilemma — noun (in game theory) a situation in which two players each have two options whose outcome depends crucially on the other s simultaneous choice, exemplified by two prisoners separately deciding whether to confess to a crime … English new terms dictionary