Game Theory : Strategies, Equilibra and Theorems.

By: Haugen, Ingrid NContributor(s): Nilsen, Anna SPublisher: Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2008Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (397 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781617619182Subject(s): Game theory.;Mathematical modelsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Game Theory : Strategies, Equilibra and TheoremsDDC classification: 519.3 LOC classification: QA269 -- .G34 2009ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Intro -- CONTENTS -- REVIEW OF QUANTUM GAME THEORY -- QUANTUM GAMES AND THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN QUANTUM MECHANICS AND GAME THEORY -- ITERATIVE SOLUTION METHODS FOR MIXED EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEMS AND VARIATIONAL INEQUALITIES WITH NON-SMOOTH FUNCTIONS∗ -- LEARNING AUTOMATA-BASED SOLUTIONS TO THE GOORE GAME AND ITS APPLICATIONS∗ -- PRODUCT LINE COMPETITION AND ICT INVESTMENTS -- TRANSFERABLE UTILITY GAMES WITH INDIVIDUAL GOALS -- A GAME-THEORETIC ANALYSIS OF THE 'TIPPING POINT' PHENOMENON: INFORMATIONAL PHASE TRANSITIONS IN SOCIAL NETWORKS -- INDEX.
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Intro -- CONTENTS -- REVIEW OF QUANTUM GAME THEORY -- QUANTUM GAMES AND THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN QUANTUM MECHANICS AND GAME THEORY -- ITERATIVE SOLUTION METHODS FOR MIXED EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEMS AND VARIATIONAL INEQUALITIES WITH NON-SMOOTH FUNCTIONS∗ -- LEARNING AUTOMATA-BASED SOLUTIONS TO THE GOORE GAME AND ITS APPLICATIONS∗ -- PRODUCT LINE COMPETITION AND ICT INVESTMENTS -- TRANSFERABLE UTILITY GAMES WITH INDIVIDUAL GOALS -- A GAME-THEORETIC ANALYSIS OF THE 'TIPPING POINT' PHENOMENON: INFORMATIONAL PHASE TRANSITIONS IN SOCIAL NETWORKS -- INDEX.

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