payoff matrix

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payoff matrix

[′pā‚ȯf ‚mā·triks]
(mathematics)
A matrix arising from certain two-person games which gives the amount gained by a player.
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Campos (1989) uses linear programming to model matrix games, and Billot (1992) uses lexicographic fuzzy preferences to identify equilibria in a normal form game.
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