Journal of Applied Mathematics / 2014 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

A Game Theoretical Approach for Solving Winner Determination Problems

Table 3

The classical normal-form game: the prisoner’s dilemma. Each prison has two choices: confess and silent. If they both confess, each one serves for one year, and two years as they remain silent. If one of them confesses, the prison who confesses does not need to serve, and the other one get a sentence of three years.

Player 1 Player 2
Confesses Silent

Confesses (−1, −1)(0, −3)
Silent (−3, 0)(−2, −2)