A Simple Defense Game Payoff Matrix
for a Zero-Sum Game of Complete Information.
Table 2 illustrates the payoff matrix
of the sender's/receiver's interaction on sensor node i in different situations.
For example, a payoff matrix
based on game theory that factors price and happiness can determine the perfect gift for your date.
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
From these curves we derive a payoff matrix
under alternative union and firm strategies.
...., 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:
The first step in the NBI method comprises the establishment of the payoff matrix
[R], based on the calculation of the individual minimum of each objective function.
Figure 1 shows the payoff matrix
for players 1 and 2 in a generalized version of the game.