Solving Complex Problems Through Backward Induction

Finding out where you began by studying where you ended up

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The Takeaway

Backward induction can be a great tool for solving games, puzzles, and regular challenges in life.

The Source of this Story

This story was created from my seminar notes for (Harrison’s Applied Game Theory). To follow all of my extended Great Game Theory Guide postings and stories, check out the Table of Contents for the first few Medium.com postings at:

Lewis Harrison’s Great Game Theory Guide — Table of Contents

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Introduction to the On-Going Series

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The Best Introduction to Game Theory, Simple and Easy to Understand — Written for a 12-Year-Old

If you are still a bit confused about how to apply game theory in your daily life watch the 15-minute video interview with me below, Just click on the URL.

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