Talk: Leyla Ada (Bayreuth)
Can Team Reasoning solve Coordination?
Team reasoning is an extension of classical game theory which aims to solve problems of coordination and cooperation such as the famous Prisoner’s Dilemma or the HiLo game. The theory is often praised, as it solves many such two player games in a rational and simple way. However, already at a team size of three limitations arise: facing problems of miscoordination. In this Colloquium I would like to introduce team reasoning and its problem with miscoordination to then go on and talk about how I use an agent-based approach to analyze whether team reasoning can overcome these limitations in an evolutionary setting.