Software for Analysis of Game Theory Models

Gambit is the premier software project for quantitative analysis in game theory. The project has a 22-year history of providing open-source tools for students, researchers, and practitioners who use game theory in economics, computer science, political science, and other fields.
The front end for Gambit is the "Game Theory Explorer" or GTE. It allows to create interactively, and then analyze, games as models of strategic interaction. In GTE, a game in extensive or strategic form is created and nicely displayed with a graphical user interface in a web browser. State-of-the-art algorithms then compute all Nash equilibria of the game after a mouse click, which are very difficult to compute manually.

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Gambit - Software Tools for Game Theory 2016 Projects

  • Amelie HELIOU
    Best responses representation in bimatrix games
    Gambit is the first software for quantitative analysis in game theory. GTE (Game Theory Explorer) is a GUI (Graphical User Interface), it allows...
  • Jaume
    GTE: the Future Tool in Game Theory
    I am interested in Gambit and GTE for two reasons. First, I believe that the project provides an incredibly useful tool for any researcher using Game...
  • Harkirat
    Re-design of GTE in Javascript
    Gambit is one of the leaders for analyzing games as models of strategic interaction. But it needs to be installed and since people tend to skip over...
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