|Start Page Number:||23|
|End Page Number:||37|
|Publication Date:||Nov 1988|
|Journal:||Cahiers du Centre d'tudes de Recherche Oprationnelle|
This paper considers two person conflict situations in which the utility functions are determined by a chance move. It concentrates on the case that one of the participants gets information on the outcome of the chance move. Several types of information, closely related to real-life situations, are considered. It is shown that these information types can be ranked according to the evaluation from the point of view of the informed and the uniformed player, respectively, in any way that is not already excluded by definition.