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Since in our paper the assumptions concern the resolvents of the corresponding Markov chains instead of the one-step transition probabilities as in the above mentioned papers, it is possible that the Markov chains are periodic, for instance. Furthermore, in [15] and [3] the existence of a density of the transition probability is assumed while in [4], [9] and in this paper such a density is not used. The paper is organized as follows: in Section 2 the mathematical model of Markov games with arbitrary state and action spaces is presented.

D. Sudderth Moreover ψ(x, M − x) ≤ u 1 2 + β u(1) ≤ u(1) ≤ ψ(x, M − x + 1), 1−β where the second inequality is equivalent to our assumption (6). Finally, for a < M − x, ψ(x, a) ≤ u(0) + β u(1) ≤ u(1) ≤ ψ(x, M − x + 1), 1−β where the second inequality has already been established above in Case 1. So again we have (LQ)(x) = ψ(x, M − x + 1) = ψ(x, b(x)). Case 3: x = M/2. Here (8) becomes ψ u(1/2) + βEQ(Y (M) ) if a = M/2, M ,a = 2 u(0) + βEQ(M/2 + Y (a) ) if a < M/2. For a < M/2, ψ M 1 β , a ≤ u(0) + u(1) ≤ u 2 1−β 2 ≤ψ M M , 2 2 where the second inequality holds because β≤ u(1) − u(1/2) u(1) − u(1/2) u(1/2) − u(0) = ≤ 2u(1) − u(1/2) u(1) + (u(1) − u(1/2)) u(1) + (u(1/2) − u(0)) and u(1) − u(1/2) ≤ u(1/2) − u(0) by the concavity of u.

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