by Stuart Armstrong 20 days ago | link | parent Can you use the maximum “swing” from the other player’s decisions to get a non-binary measure of dependency? It’s similar to my idea here. Then the dependency of player $$P_i$$ on $$P_j$$ would be $$\max_{a_j} U_i - \min_{a_j} U_i$$, where $$a_j$$ are the actions of $$P_j$$.

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