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**normal form game** (*plural* **normal form games**)

- (game theory) Formally, a structure $(P,\mathbf {S} ,\mathbf {F} )$ where
*P*= {1,2, ...,*m*} is a set of players, $\mathbf {S} =(S_{1},S_{2},\ldots ,S_{m})$ is an*m*-tuple of pure strategy sets, one for each player, and $\mathbf {F} =(F_{1},F_{2},\ldots ,F_{m})$ is an*m*-tuple of payoff functions.

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