dominant strategy

dominant strategy

[′däm·ə·nənt ′strad·ə·jē]
(mathematics)
Relative to a given pure strategy for one player of a game, a second pure strategy for that player that has at least as great a payoff as the given strategy for any pure strategy of the opposing player.
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Again these prescriptions worked in a few countries and export led development became a dominant strategy.
If the dominant strategy is to just buy all the companies in the index, then companies that are too small or silly for the index are less likely to go public.
A key finding in the report is that the dominant strategy for SAP licensees, selected by 89 percent of respondents, is to continue running their current proven SAP ERP releases, given that the rich functionality of their current releases meet business needs and also form the foundation of a preferred hybrid IT model.
Hybrid, however, remains the most dominant strategy for cloud adoption going forward, according to the survey.
My greatest fear is whether such a dominant strategy will shift to U.
New and innovative product launches was the dominant strategy adopted by key industry participants to increase their market share and cater to unmet needs.
If the manufacturer is willing to share a sufficiently large portion of quality investment for both products, cooperating with a single supplier can be a dominant strategy for the quality level; otherwise, the strategy of developing two competing suppliers can provide the highest product quality.
Importsubstitution industrialization that began as the dominant strategy in the 1950s persisted through the 1960s80s, with the controls replaced by protective tariffs, and has since lingered.
Based on these findings, the dominant strategy covers two hospitals Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran, including 30/4 % of prospective analytic strategy with a 26/67 percent in the second position, a defensive strategy with a 49/22 percent in the third position and strategy reactive with a 20/43 percent was in fourth place (Table 2).
Turning to bigger screens in smartphones is game over for the dominant strategy of phone manufacturers a few years back, when critics would mock devices with big screens, jesting that they will not click as they won't fit in pockets of tight jeans; or because people were reluctant to be seen carrying big gadgets.
The first is termed the "quadriceps dominant strategy," whereby increases in Q muscle and constant H muscle activity are observed.
Under the high-pressure conditions of a crisis, scenario planning helps the team pursue a dominant strategy related to the likely worst-case development.