Gambit is a library of game theory software and tools for the construction and analysis of finite extensive and strategic games. Gambit is fully-cross platform, and is supported on Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows.
Key features of Gambit include:
- A graphical user interface, which uses wxWidgets to provide a common interface with native look-and-feel across platforms.
- All equilibrium-computing algorithms are available as command-line tools, callable from scripts and other programs.
- A Python API for developing scripting applications.
Using and citing Gambit¶
Gambit is Free/Open Source software, released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2.
We hope you will find Gambit useful for both teaching and research applications. If you do use Gambit in a class, or in a paper, we would like to hear about it. We are especially interested in finding out what you like about Gambit, and where you think improvements could be made.
If you are citing Gambit in a paper, we suggest a citation of the form:
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Table of Contents¶
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