Optimality in Communication Games

Koiti Hasida, jerry R. Hobbs, Megumi Kameyama

A meaning game addresses a turn of communication, which stands for a course of events where a sender S, intending to communicate semantic content cs, sends a message m to a receiver R and R interprets m as meaning CR. Hasida claims that natural-language meaning games are played at their Pareto-optimal equilibria. Here we revise this claim.


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