Splash Biography
ALEXANDER SCHLESINGER, ESP Teacher
Major: Mathematics College/Employer: Yale Year of Graduation: 2019 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Not Available. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)C3341: Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Sprout Fall 18 (Sep. 29  Oct. 13, 2018)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other related topics.
M3158: Introduction to Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 07, 2018)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other related topics.
E2816: Introduction to Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Sprout Fall 17 (Sep. 30  Oct. 14, 2017)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other related topics.
M2696: Introduction to Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Splash Spring 17 (Apr. 08, 2017)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other related topics.
C2443: Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Sprout Spring 17 (Feb. 11  25, 2017)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other related topics.
M2282: Introduction to Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Splash Fall 16 (Nov. 05, 2016)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other similar topics.
E2123: Introduction to Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Sprout Fall 16 (Oct. 01  15, 2016)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other related topics.
E1861: Introduction to Game Theory: How to Make Smart Decisions in Sprout Spring 16 (Feb. 13  27, 2016)
An introduction to mathematical game theory, studying how to use logic and probability to make intelligent, rational decisions in games. Will include discussions of payoff matrices, the Prisoner's Dilemma, the role of randomness in optimal strategies, and other similar topics.
