Great ! Interesting and abound at the same time. Hope Professors will clarify the strategic utility function more clearly because it's hard for students with poor math basic(forget most><) right now!
Excellent course for beginners. Problem sets are very creative. No more further resources needed. I found this course specially useful if the purpose is to apply Game Theory in other disciplines.
Not an easy subject to teach but... Video presentations could have been much more engaging. oo many formulas given to digest, without often being given enough qualitative information. Difficulty of exercises too low compared to the complexity of the material. provided
por Peter C•
Quite a difficult course to learn and follow, but worth it in the end.
The lectures could benefit from intermediate questions to ensure concepts are understood as explained, more thorough examples and anecdotal explanations, and randomized exam questions.
por Rakesh N•
There were few concepts which I felt were not adequately explained - especially Bayesian Games. And I still am not sure what's the practical application of games theory (apart from deciding whether to jump left or right in a soccer penalty).
por Péter S•
In general gives a good overview but the theory material does not sufficiently support
the practical usage (solving examples or problems on paper). I needed to read explanations elsewhere (for example youtube gametheroy 101 channel)
por Alex W•
Much more complicated than they let on. Without a knowledge of calculus and other math, it will become very difficult. Additionally, the readings that they have online (not purchased), is not enough to help with the first quiz even.
por Isabella C•
The course becomes less and less interesting when the tutors start to cram up notations and try to keep going through concepts after concepts without really getting the learners involved...
por inayat u w•
Sometimes what they ask in the weekend tests is way more harder than what is taught and for that i think there should be attached reading material with extra solved and unsolved problems.
por Alex K•
Good course, but sometimes I missed some supplementary reading material... when I couldn't quite understand something from the videos alone, it would have been nice to read up on a topic.
por Ram n s•
Professor Matt Jackson was the best teacher I have ever experienced online. I also liked the strategy to encourage for pausing the video to think for the answer
por Narayan R•
Mathew was fair. Kevin was good. Yoav was not at all comprehensible. His videos were very painful to understand.
Could have had better examples.
por Lukasz W•
The course is very interesting and challenging but there are mistakes in the videos and too much mathematical theory with relation to examples.
There are very few examples and sample of calculation cause make it so hard to understand the lesson (especially in week6,7 ).
por Nithya N•
The examples are getting very abstract. It is getting difficult to understand the concepts with the examples explained.
por Vladimir F•
Not all explanations were clear to me, for example the core and Shapley value I took additional materials from web.
por Piyush R•
The games needs to be explained in sufficient details. In addition, after a point in time, it became too technical.
The topic and the class content itself are good, but the introduction is too brief. Hope they can add more stuff!
por Josh K•
Not enough application to remain interesting throughout - disconnect between calculus and concepts.
por Ignacio B•
Some clases are not fluid and concepts could be explained in a clearer way.
por Tiago A M•
I think it would be more easy to understand the concepts with more examples
por Mike L•
The lectures do not give enough examples.
Some lectures are hard to follow.
por Aniruddha M•
Doesn't engage the students much. Typical monotonous lectures.
por Abdul W M•
The course could have been designed better instructionally
por Muhammad S•
More examples should be covered during lectures
More reading resources could have been provided