
ZeroSum Game Resources

Definitions
A zerosum game describes a game or situation in which when the total gains and losses of the participants are added up they will sum to zero.
A nonzerosum game: for example is a casino game taking in account the house's rake making it a nonzerosum game.
Background Information
 Zero–sum game  Wikipedia [View Resource]
 NonZero sum games [View Resource]
 ZeroSum Game Definition [View Resource]
 ZeroSum Games [View Resource]
 What is a solution to a zerosum game? [View Resource]
 Prisoner's dilemma [View Resource]
K12 Science Fair Projects and Resources
 Determine whether, in a twoplayer zerosum contest, a player would choose a seemingly more powerful strategy, or select a less obvious strategy, recommended by game theory, in an attempt to outwit an opponent. And which strategy would prove more fruitful? [View Resource]
 Is Life A Zero Sum Game? [View Resource]
 Capitalism is not a zero sum game [View Resource]
Advanced Articles, Studies and Research
 Game Theory: TwoPerson ZeroSum Games [View Resource]
 Game Theory and ZeroSum Games [View Resource]
 Beyond the ZeroSum Game: Toward Title Protection for Intergroup Solidarity [View Resource]
 Strategic interaction in iterated zerosum games [View Resource]

Positive versus zerosum majoritarian ultimatum games: An experimental stud [View Resource]
 Nonmetric test of the minimax theory of twoperson zerosum games [View Resource]
 Is Forex Trading a ZeroSum Game? [View Resource]
 The Winners and Losers of the ZeroSum Game: The Origins of Trading Profits,. Price Efficiency and Market Liquidity [View Resource]
 Not a ZeroSum Game: The Paradox of Exchange [View Resource]
 Using intelligent search techniques to play the game Khet [View Resource]
Theses and Dissertations
 A discrete computational aesthetics model for a zerosum perfect information game [View Resource]
 Empirical Evaluation of the Bayesian Learning Automaton Family [View Resource]
 Game Theoretic and Machine Learning Techniques for Balancing Games [View Resource]
 Algorithmic and complexity aspects of simple coalitional games [View Resource]

