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The comparison scheme (domination criteria) used for strategies seem to bear a great similarity with the one used in hypotheses testing to judge dominance relations of hypothesis using values of the two types of errors. I am not sure if both are essentially the same with what has been preference relations, used in optimization problems, or if there are still differences. Games are decisions made without thorough communication, resulting in less than optimal outcomes for all parties who could have achieved optimal solutions if confidence is built. This should be a different kind of deficiency than the system-user equilibrium distinction, where utilities are calculated differently.

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