Game theory deals with the problem of decision making when more than one agent is present. This means that choices and intention of other agents have to be taken into account in the process of the optimal decision selection, and hence probabilities corresponding to the events are interrelated. After an introduction to theoretical and scientific aspects, a series of examples are discussed.

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