Nash equilibrium

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Named after the American mathematician John Forbes Nash, Jr.

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Nash equilibrium (plural Nash equilibria)

  1. (game theory) The set of choices of players' strategies for which no player can benefit by changing his or her strategy assuming that the other players keep theirs unchanged.

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