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I was just pointing out how a statistician would describe it. In game theory, a Bayesian game is a game in which the players have incomplete information on the other players (e.g.
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The posterior is clearly not uniform on $[-1,1]$; you're misquoting the result on conjugate distributions.
Player $B$ knows player $A$ signals only when $A$'s type is below $\pi^*$, and he updates accordingly As to the statistical specification, I think I understand the statement, but it could/should be infered that $p(t\in [-1,\pi^*]|\pi^*)=1, p(t\in [-1,\pi^*]|\neg\pi^*)=0$ since $p(t\in [\pi^*,1]|\pi^*)=0$.
I was working through a signaling game problem recently and the proof suggested the following: Actor A has a type: $\ \mathscr \sim Uniform[-1,1]$ Actor A gives signal $\pi^*$ that perfectly seperates types at $\pi^$.
In other words, $pr(\pi^*|\mathscr\in [-1,\pi^*])=1\ \&\ pr(\pi^*|\mathscr\in [\pi^*,1])=0$ (this is the likelihood) Actor B observes $\pi^*$, yielding posterior beliefs about actor A: $\mathscr \sim Uniform[-1,\pi^*]$. It appears that this process, as i read it, has the same prior and posterior distributions (uniform), yet the likelihood distribution is unspecified and the uniform is not a conjugate prior for any common distribution.
given those beliefs, the individual must be playing their best strategy).