October 14, 2022
Liubov Voronina gave a talk at the International Multiconference Information Society.
She presented her experimental work on coordination, done jointly with Christophe Heintz. Their findings show that coordinating partners use the history of their past interactions to select their strategies. More precisely, people accurately predict that a winning strategy used in the past is mutually salient and can be successfully used again in similar situations. Thus, joint history helps players form accurate mutual expectations about each others’ choices and increase the rate of successful coordination.