# Infobox equilibrium

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A solution concept in game theory | |

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### Usage

{{ infobox equilibrium | name = <!-- Name of the equilibrium concept --> | subsetof = <!-- List of equilibrium concepts that this equilibrium concept is a subset of --> | supersetof = <!-- List of equilibrium concepts that are a subset of this equilibrium concept --> | intersectwith = <!-- List of equilibrium concepts that overlap with this one, but that are neither subsets nor supersets --> | independentof = <!-- List of equilibrium concepts that do not overlap with this one --> | discoverer = <!-- The person who first defined the equilibrium concept --> | usedfor = <!-- If the concept is used for particular purposes, list them here --> | example = <!-- A game that provides an interesting example --> }}

As a general rule, it is best to only list the immediate sub and supersets for a particular concept. So, for instance, every subgame perfect equilibrium is a Nash equilibrium and every Nash equilibrium is Rationalizable. It is probably best only to list Nash equilibrium in the list of supersets.

### Examples

Nash Equilibrium | |
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A solution concept in game theory | |

Relationship | |

Subset of | Rationalizability, Correlated equilibrium |

Superset of | Evolutionarily stable strategy, Subgame perfect equilibrium, Perfect Bayesian equilibrium, Trembling hand perfect equilibrium |

Significance | |

Proposed by | John Forbes Nash |

Used for | All non-cooperative games |

Example | Prisoner's dilemma |

{{ infobox equilibrium | name = Nash Equilibrium | subsetof = [[Rationalizability]], [[Correlated equilibrium]] | supersetof = [[Evolutionarily stable strategy]], [[Subgame perfect equilibrium]], [[Perfect Bayesian equilibrium]], [[Trembling hand perfect equilibrium]] | discoverer = [[John Forbes Nash]] | usedfor = All [[non-cooperative game]]s | example = [[Prisoner's dilemma]] }}