BNE

(redirected from Bayesian Nash Equilibrium)
Category filter:
AcronymDefinition
BNEBandai Namco Entertainment (anime network)
BNEBiblioteca Nacional de España (National Library of Spain)
BNEBusiness Networking Event
BNEBayesian Nash Equilibrium (game theory)
BNEBasic Network Element
BNEBuffalo Niagara Enterprise (economic development organization; New York)
BNEBoard of Nurse Examiners
BNEBoard of Nurse Examiners (Texas)
BNEBureau of Narcotic Enforcement (California)
BNEBranch If Not Equal
BNEBattle.net Edition (Warcraft II game)
BNEBreaking and Entering
BNEBusiness for New Europe
BNEBibliothèque Numérique Européenne (French: European Digital Library; also seen as BNUE)
BNEBliss N Eso (band; Australia)
BNEBrisbane, Queensland, Australia - Brisbane International Airport (Airport Code)
BNEBreaking News English
BNEBoard of National Estimates
BNEBureau Numérique Écoles (French educational software)
BNEBureau National des Examinateurs (Canada)
BNEBleu Nuit Éditeur (French: Midnight Blue Publisher)
BNEBanque de la Nouvelle Ecosse (Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada)
BNEBourg Nature Environnement (French cycling association)
BNEBois Négoce Énergie (French: Wood Energy Trading)
BNEBerry Nature Environnement (French nature association)
BNEBureau National d'Expertise des Diamants (French: National Bureau of the Expertise of Diamonds)
BNEBureau National de l'Emploi (French: National Employment Office)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Based on the retailer's best response functions, we further can derive the Bayesian Nash equilibrium outcomes in the case of information sharing:
And then the Bayesian Nash equilibrium can be derived.
A strategy profile [s.sup.*] = ([s.sup.*.sub.i] ([[theta].sub.i]), [s.sup.*.sub.-i] ([[theta].sub.-i])) is a pure-strategy Bayesian Nash equilibrium (BNE) if, for each player i,
We reveal the mathematical existence of the Bayesian Nash equilibrium for the game and also explain it empirically with Monte Carlo simulations.
Under such interference-present environment, the authors derive a decentralized transmission strategy, which achieves a Bayesian Nash equilibrium (BNE).
It is easy to see now that [k.sub.1] = [k.sub.2] = 1/2 yields a Bayesian Nash equilibrium of the bidding game between the two buyers.
This is the Bayesian Nash equilibrium of the bidding game between the buyers.
This result lays the foundation for making a comparison between the equilibrium quantities produced in the Bayesian Nash equilibrium as described previously and the quantities produced in a myopic setting as described in the following.
Thus, a symmetric strategy profile in which i(q) and g(q) differ from one only on a set of types of measure zero constitutes a Bayesian Nash equilibrium with the probability of zero that a single juror can influence the final verdict.
I begin by defining a Bayesian Nash equilibrium for the normal form version of [Gamma].
Full browser ?