This set of flashcards currently contains over 40 terms for learning terms to do with Game Theory. This is based off of the work in the Wikipedia article "Glossary of game theory". It contains a whole series of definitions to help orient yourself in the field. We ported this to make the flashcards so you can use them to get started!
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Please note the modifications which have been made & where you can find updates.
- The front of every card has "(Wikipedia Glossary of Game Theory)" appended to the end so that if you have any other words in your collection, the Wikipedia definition will still be added when importing it.
- Any updates or corrections to the deck will be available at https://github.com/darigovresearch/Wikipedia-Glossary-of-Game-Theory-Flashcards so do return periodically to check if you have the latest version.
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Potential Improvements Yet to be Made
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- To be able to automatically sort the cards so that the words which are used most in the original work is displayed first for the user to learn.
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