# payoff matrix

## 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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A Simple Defense Game Payoff Matrix for a Zero-Sum Game of Complete Information.
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Table: Payoff matrix of the original Traveler's Dilemma presented in ill-defined categories Player II High Low Player I High high, high low, low Low low, low low, low
FIGURE 1 Payoff Matrix Player 2 X Y Player 1 X \$10, \$10 \$4, \$11 Y \$11, \$4 \$5, \$5
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...., I[I.sub.n]) respectively, A = [([a.sub.ij]).sub.mXn]is a payoff matrix and V is the value of the game, then expected gain to player I for this game when Player II select strategies I[I.sub.j] (j = 1,2,....., n) one by one and Player I is the gainer, so expects at least V,
where the payoff matrix A holds all the fitness information for the population.
From these arguments, it can be shown  that the payoff matrix is given by Table 1.
Model Components and the Payoff Matrix. The components of our proposed game theoretical model include the following:
Figure 1 shows the payoff matrix for players 1 and 2 in a generalized version of the game.

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