Semantic games with chance moves

Synthese 99 (3):311 - 327 (1994)
Abstract
In the presence of chance moves in a semantical game, the existence of pure optimal strategies does not guarantee the existence of winning ones. This fact provides a basis for constructing supervaluational semantical games with a chance move. Additional possibilities of using chance moves in game-theoretical semantics are also discussed.
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DOI 10.1007/BF01063991
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