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A system of strategies, one for each player, is in equilibrium if and only if they result in an equilibrium point.
Such strategies are known as equilibrium strategies.
In the singular, an equilibrium strategy is one that contributes to an equilibrium point.
- 1983: Morton D. Davis: Game Theory (revised ed.) ... (previous) ... (next): $\S 2$: The Two-Person, Zero-Sum Game with Equilibrium Points