two-person game

two-person game

[′tü ¦pər·sən ′gām]
(mathematics)
A game consisting of exactly two players with competing interests.
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The games lacked the interactive quality of today's, and engaging in a two-person game with a group of friends meant you had to take turns and spend a lot of time waiting.
The simplest form of game theory is a two-person game.
This two-person game can be traced back 3000 years ago in Africa.
We ended up eating crispy duck in the middle of the afternoon in Shipley and commandeering some playing fields near Cragg Vale for a strange two-person game of rounders with a baseball bat and a tennis ball .
For the sake of simplicity, this will be examined as a two-person game.
The experiment payoffs were for a two-person game with two strategies, which would today be called "cooperate" and "defect.
One of the great contributions of game theory has been to the study of the two-person game.
Lazer Craze would have a 3,200-square-foot arena on the ground floor for team playing with a smaller playing area nearby for a two-person game.
It is also possible to play a two-person game using letter tiles on any given grid.
In the two-person game these values simply determine the payoff matrix of the game.
The ENOS two-person game is played like the SAM game but now each player starts by drawing four tiles from the pool.
Head-to-Head Strategic Game - a Java technology-based two-person game using the Palm's infrared I/O to transfer game data between two devices