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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While this trend continues to be a dominant strategy due to the design simplicity, faster prototyping and time to market of single-core MCUs, such an approach yields products with little or no flexibility for over-the-air updates, resulting in limited product lifespans.
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.
Under the high-pressure conditions of a crisis, scenario planning helps the team pursue a dominant strategy related to the likely worst-case development.
Consequently there are four possible outcomes to the game, but defecting is the dominant strategy, i.
On a closer look and within the assumptions made in this section, however, this is not the case--in effect, there is no dominant strategy.
Solving for the first prisoner Bonnie we find that she has a dominant strategy of "confess" i.
This controversy is part of the election season, but I believe the dominant strategy is to keep the same number of opposition seats; however, they would change the type of this opposition through reducing the number of MB representatives from 88 to 20 at most, and put some dummy opposition MPs in their stead.
McMahon said that buying term and investing the rest was the dominant strategy for life insurance buyers in the days of the bull market, but that "in the wake of the Great Panic and Great Recession of 2008-2009, anyone who took that path probably regrets it.
If [eta] is sufficiently large, then not cheating is a dominant strategy, but the audit probability sufficient to render not cheating dominant differs for j and k.
The HPV-only strategy was the most effective option and a dominant strategy compared to the co-screening strategy and annual cytology (please refer to Supplementary Appendix 3 * for additional discussion of the model results) (Figure 2).
Similar reasoning shows that confess is 2's dominant strategy as well.
In the 20-plus years since the phrase "the rhetorical presidency" entered the field's lexicon, scholars had put forward the seminal concept, empirically verified changes in presidential behavior, determined the conditional dimensions of those dynamics, and analyzed the relative success (or, more accurately, the general lack thereof) of the now dominant strategy of presidents going public.