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Random Matching of Several Infinite Populations
Annals of Operations Research (2002)
  • Carlos Alós-Ferrer, University of Konstanz

Random matching models with infinite populations present formal difficulties due to the lack of a law of large numbers for a continuum of random variables. In a previous paper (Alós-Ferrer, 1999), random matching processes for a continuum of agents were studied, proving their existence. The present work extends the analysis to the case of several populations, which includes general equilibrium buyers–sellers models, and evolutionary models with underlying asymmetric games.

  • Random Matching,
  • Replicator Dynamics
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Carlos Alós-Ferrer. "Random Matching of Several Infinite Populations" Annals of Operations Research Vol. 114 (2002)
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