# Schedule

- M, Jan 17: Syllabus, 1. Introduction
- Th, Jan 20: 2. Simultaneous Games
- M, Jan 24: 2. Simultaneous Games, Selecting Class
- Th, Jan 27: Homework 1 due 2. Simultaneous Games
- M, Jan 31: Example for a complex simultaneous game: Restaurant Location Games
- Th, Feb 3: Homework 2 due, 3. Sequential Games I: ,
Dividing Few Items I
- M, Feb 7: 3. Sequential Games I:
- Th, Feb 10: 3. Sequential Games I: , Shubik Auction
- M, Feb 14: Midterm I on Chapters 1,2, and a little from 3 3. Sequential Games I:
- Th, Feb 17: Computer Lab: Using Excel I
- M, Feb 21: Homework 3 due, 4. Probability
- Th, Feb 24: 4. Probability
- M, Feb 28: Homework 4 due, 5. Sequential Games II: Perfect Information but Randomness
- Th, March 3: 5. Sequential Games II: Perfect Information but Randomness

- M, March 21: Example for a sequential game with randomness: Mini Blackjack and Card Counting I
- Th, March 24: Homework 5 due, 6. Extensive Form of General Games
- M, March 28: Open Business
- Th, March 31: 7. Normal Form and Strategies
- M April 4: Midterm II: Chapters 4,5,6, 7. Normal Form and Strategies
- Th April 7:8. Mixed Strategies
- M April 11: Homework 6/7 due, Computer Lab: Using Excel II
- Th April 14: 8. Mixed Strategies
- M April 18: Example for a game with mixed strategies: Airport Shuttle
- Th April 21: Open Business
- Th April 28: Open Business
- M May 2: Open Business
- Th May 5: Open Business