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Trusting that the author indeed knows that which he writes upon. It does have real world applications but still feels like the science of guessing.

For the non-beginner, the book sometimes skims over areas that the reader or perhaps, just this reader might want to wade deeper more maths into. Every Very Short Introduction gives a readable evolution of the subject in question, demonstrating how it has developed and influenced society. Ken Binmore, a renowned game theorist, explains the theory in a way that is both entertaining and non-mathematical yet also deeply insightful, revealing how game theory can shed light on everything from social gatherings, to ethical decision-making, to successful card-playing strategies, to calculating the sex ratio among bees.

For the beginner, the problem with this book will be how quickly the book expects the reader to pick up on some of the accepted standards of game theory thinking and explanations boxes, game trees, subgames, etc. The book also gives a little bit of history of where the various theories came from both good and bad and shows a little illumination of where the theories have been used. I was con Blerg My hope is to use Game Theory in the future to observe paradoxes of choice arise.

Ken Binmore Books – Biography and List of Works – Author of ‘Calculus’

I found my understanding is still too shallow to agree bimmore disagree with such leaps of scope. Unfortunately, this book wasn’t a good follow up at all.


Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Refresh and try again. The book tires to explain the various concepts that go to make up Game Theory without overloading the reader with loads of mathematics – wherever possible illustrations are used giving real life examples to an idea or concept.

At the moment its right up there with Semiotics for me. Jan 19, Jason rated it it was ok Shelves: With mini-biographies of many fascinating, and occasionally eccentric, founders of the subject–including John Nash, subject of the movie A Beautiful Mind –this book offers a concise overview of a cutting-edge field that has seen spectacular successes in evolutionary biology and economics, and is beginning to revolutionize other disciplines from psychology to political science.

At less than pages Binmore is able to break down Game Theory into chapters on chance, time, conventions, reciprocity, information, auctions, evolutionary biology, bargaining and coalitions, puzzles and paradoxes.

Some of the first figure illustrations were wrong, abolishing any reader trust and confusing the heck out of me for a while. Nov bnimore, Daniel Wright rated it it was ok Shelves: This is the inherent tension in all the VSI. That got me interested in knowing more about this. Oct 10, Greg rated it liked it Shelves: Not enough was done to differentiate between the different game types, or show how they really are similar, explain the language of the payoff diagrams, randomly explaining results with, or without math; and others issues.

Drivers maneuvering in heavy traffic are playing a driving game. Lists with This Book. This has not been an easy book to read- but for me who is notorious for asking too many questions at the best of times it helps answer the question about why Game Theory is seen as being so important and jjuegos what can often be seen as a high concept actually does have relevance and even power in our society today.


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No trivia or quizzes yet. Binmore dee a good job, however. Quotes from Game Theory: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. A kfn of areas needed multiple readings eg all the terminology around bees and the last chapter would need further knowledge to really get a handle on why it works, but author clearly loves the topic which is pretty infectious, and lots of jumping off points to pick up books from the bibliography.

This book is not for everyone and I will admit I will have to return bibmore it to understand it more in the future but for maths I did find this accessible and interesting, Binnore just need to stop now as my brain is full.

Maybe the first chapters move too fast and introduce too many concepts. I will admit my head hurts after this book and no its not a bad thing. While the sentences and general structure clear and accessible the diagrams and examples were rather wanting. Jun 06, Andrew rated it really liked it.

Game Theory: A Very Short Introduction

Not surprisingly, the book is best when covering the author’s speciality – auctions. Folks in business, military, or diplomats should understand it.

On the other hand there is much criticism that could be made of it. Passion in the writing is clear in the early pages, but sadly drops to a drone.

Jan 13, Dane rated it it was ok Shelves: He flaunted it several times.