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1 shows the Prisoner’s Dilemma in strategy space and in payoff space. 1 Since two strategy combinations could yield the same payoffs, we should refer to the inverse correspondence, but for the strict ordinal 2 × 2 games the problem cannot arise. 1 do not completely capture the strategic form. The points U L and DL, for example, are linked in the sense that, by choosing L, the column player limits the outcomes available for the row player to U L or DL. We call the set of payoff vectors when one player’s choices are fixed the inducement correspondence, short for what Greenberg calls the inducement correspondence for the Nash situation.

Imposing these two equivalencies, they counted 78 distinct games. 1 Using order graphs to count the 2 × 2 games The inducement correspondence in payoff space provides an alternative and possibly more intuitive approach to counting the 2 × 2 games. We can begin with any payoff pair. It shares an inducement correspondence with another payoff pair. 7: An approach to counting the 2 × 2 games distance in any direction from the first. 7(a) by drawing vertical and horizontal lines through the original point.

3 shows the effect of column or row operations on the payoff matrix for the column player. These exchanges maintain the sequence of payoffs around the payoff matrix, changing only the starting point and/or the direction. The 4 and the 1 remain diagonally opposite. 3 can be described in an interesting way as the result of two reflections. A reflection is an isomorphism that conserves relative positions of elements but reverses their positions relative to a line. 7 PAYOFF PATTERNS AND INDEXING 29 umn player’s payoff matrix around a line running between the rows.