Games, in game theory, are systems wherein adaptive agents are interdependent in affecting each other and the overall outcome of the interaction. Games are used to capture the dynamics of cooperation and competition and can be used to model many phenomena of interest from cities and traffic to economies, financial markets, social networks, ecosystems, politics, and business.


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