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n players—is shown to have with high probability a pure strategy solution. Such a solution is by definition an Buy Uggs Uk
equilibrium point or a set of strategies, one for each player, such that if n−1 players use their equilibrium strategies then the n-th player has no reason to deviate from his equilibrium strategy. It is shown that the probability of a solution in pure strategies for large random n-person games converges to (1−1/e) for all n≥2.
Unlike the proposal for a quantitative methodology for transforming discrete games into continuous ones, as in Golman and Page (2010) and Li et al. (2011), this article puts forward a tool that translates real-world cooperative behaviors into continuous levels of cooperation that will, in the next step, be sorted by predefined classes – low, medium and high cooperations – by means of a fuzzy multicriteria decision method. A numerical application was undertaken in order to illustrate the model proposed in a real world context modeled as a (modified) prisoners’ dilemma.