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The most well known equilibrium concept in game theory is the Nash equilibrium. The Nash equilibrium is a joint strategy where no player can increase its utility by unilaterally deviating. That is: Definition 1: A strategy profile s ∈ S is a Nash equilibrium if ui (si , s−i ) ≥ ui (si , s−i ), ∀si ∈ Si , ∀i ∈ N. An alternative interpretation of the definition of Nash equilibrium is that it is a mutual best response from each player to other players’ strategies. Definition 2: The best response br (s−i ) of player i to the profile of strategies s−i is a strategy si such that: bri (s−i ) = argmaxsi ∈Si ui (si , s−i )).
Cognitive Radio Systems by Wei Wang