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COMP 3121 Homework 4

Question 1
Modeling the scenario into a game
A river flows through two countries, A and B. It starts in country A, and then flows through B to
the ocean. Both countries can either dam the river (and get electricity) or fish the river. If either
country dams the river, it hurts the fish population in the river (either by decreasing the water
flow downstream, or preventing fish from swimming upstream). So if one dams and the other
fishes, it’s bad for the one who fishes. If they both fish, it’s good for both, but not as good as if
they both dam, since the electric power is worth more than the fish.
Question 2
Modeling the scenario into a game
Minority game: Three agents each have two possible actions. Whichever agent ends up in the
minority (choosing a different action from the other two) wins.

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