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Editors: Petrosjan, L. A.; Mazalov V. V.
Book Description:
This book brings together papers of well-known specialists in game theory and adjacent problems. It presents the basic results in dynamic games, stochastic games, applications of game theoretical methods in ecology and economics and methodological aspects of game theory.

Table of Contents:
Preface; Numerical Studies on Paradoxes in Noncooperative Distributed Computer Systems (S.F. El-Zoghdy, H. Kameda and J. Li, University of Tsukuba); On the Borel and von Neumann Poker Models (C. Ferguson; T. S. Ferguson, University of California, Los Angeles); Axiomatic Characterization of Boolean Vote Aggregators (S. Lahiri, Indian Institute of Management, India); N--Person Best--Choice Game with Voting (V. V. Mazalov and M. V. Banin, Karelian Research Center RAS, Russia); A Fishery Game Model with Age--Distributed Population: Reserved Territory Approach (V. V. Mazalov and A. N. Rettieva, Karelian Research Center RAS, Russia); The Effects of Incomplete Information in Stochastic Common--Stock Harvesting Games (R. McKelvey, University of Montana; P. V. Golubtsov, Moscow State Lomonosov University, Russia); Two-level Imitative Problems in Stock Markets and Bayesian Estimation of Credibility Parameters (F. Mignanego and S. Mulinacci, Catholic University of Milan-(UCSC), Italy); On Nash Equilibria in Stochastic Games of Capital Accumulation (A. S. Nowak, Zielona Góra University; P. Szajowski, Wrocław University of Poland); Cooperative Solution for Games with Random Duration (L. A. Petrosjan and E. V. Shevkoplyas, St. Petersburg State University, Russia); Best--choice Games where Arbitration Comes in (M. Sakaguchi, Osaka University, Japan); A "Quantitative" Minimax Theorem (M. V. Stefanescu, Department of Economic Studies, Romania; M. Ferrara, University of Messina); On Bruss' Stopping Problem with General Gain Function (A. Suchwałko and K. Szajowski, Wrocław University of Poland); Semi--Definite Programming Approach for Bandwidth Allocation and Routing in Networks (C. Touati, INRIA, France; E. Altman, Universidade de Los Andes, Venezuela; J. Galtier, France Telecom R&D, France); Cournot Equilibrium and Competition via Supply Functions (A. Vasin, N. Durakovich and P. Vasina, Moscow State University, Russia); Some Results on Convergence of Learning Algorithms for Games on Networks (S. V. Vinnichenko, Chita Institute of Natural Resources, Russia); Endogenous--Horizon Randomly Furcating Differential Games (D. W. K. Yeung, Hong Kong Baptist University); The Mean Value with Evaluation Measures and a Zero--sum Stopping Game with Fuzzy Values (Y. Yoshida, University of Kitakyushu; M. Yasuda, J. Nakagam and M. Kurano, Chiba University, Japan); A Game Theoretic Model for the Network Service (V. V. Zakharov and V. V. Melnikov, St. Petersburg State University); Imputations in Cooperative Games under Uncertainty (V. I. Zhukovskiy, V. S. Molostvov, S. N. Sachkov and L. V. Smirnova, International Research Institute for Management Sciences, Russia); Index.

      Game Theory and Applications (Series Editors: Leon Petrosjan and Vladimir V. Mazalov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia)
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2003
   ISBN: 1-59033-843-x
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