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GAMBIT-SIMPDIV(1)						   User Commands						 GAMBIT-SIMPDIV(1)

NAME
gambit-simpdiv - Compute Nash equilibria using simplicial subdivision SYNOPSIS
gambit-simpdiv [OPTIONS] DESCRIPTION
Compute Nash equilibria using simplicial subdivision Accepts game on standard input. With no options, computes one approximate Nash equilibrium. OPTIONS
-d DECIMALS show equilibria as floating point, with DECIMALS digits (default is to show as rational numbers) -g MULT granularity of grid refinement at each step (default is 2) -h print this help message -r DENOM generate random starting points with denominator DENOM -n COUNT number of starting points to generate (requires -r) -s FILE file containing starting points -q quiet mode (suppresses banner) -v verbose mode (shows intermediate output) (default is to only show equilibria) Gambit version 0.2010.09.01, Copyright (C) 1994-2010, The Gambit Project This is free software, distributed under the GNU GPL SEE ALSO
The full documentation for Compute is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and Compute programs are properly installed at your site, the command info Compute should give you access to the complete manual. gambit-simpdiv: 0.2010.09.01 January 2011 GAMBIT-SIMPDIV(1)
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