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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:
The Game Problem of Soft Landing (J. Albus et al, National Institute of Standards and Technology); A Dual Approach to Compromise Values (J.M. Bilbaoet al., Camino de los Descubrimientos); Randomized Optimal Stopping Rules for a Class of Stopping Games (V. Domansky, St. Petersburg Institute for Economics and Mathematics); Multi-Objective Linear Production Games (F.R. Fernandez et al., Universidad de Sevilla); Tchebycheff Systems and Analysis of Games Versus Nature on the Unit Square (A.Y. Golubin, Institute of Electronics and Mathematics); Simple Dynamics from Complex Behavior in Duopoly Pricing Games (S. Huang et al., Ford Motor Company); A Study to Obtain a Realistic Game Solution in an Air Combat Game (F. Imado et al., Shinshu University); Conflict and Co-operation in Fisheries: A Game Theory Approach (M. Lindroos, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and V. Kaitala, University of Jyvaskyla); Guidance Law Scheduling (S. Le Menec, Velizy-Villacoublay Cedex); Non-symmetric Solution of an Arbitration Game (V.V. Mazalov, Karelian Research Center of Russian Academy of Sciences and A.A. Zabelin, Zabaykalie State Pedagogical University); Nash Equlibria Refinements for Multistage and Repeated Games (L.A. Petrosjan, St. Petersburg State University); Discretization, Nonlinear and Bilevel Programming in Pursuit-evasion Games (T.Raivio and H. Ehtamo, Helsinki University of Technology); Random Assignment and Uncertain Employment in Optimal Stopping of Markov Processes (D. Ramsy and K. Szajowski, Technical University of Wroclaw); Optimal Stopping Games by Equal-weight Players for Poison-arriving Offers (M. Sakaguchi, Nagoya University of CBA); Intermediation and the Poor Property Rights Protection (D. Shaposhnik, Russian Academy of Sciences); Asymptotics for Singularly Perturbed Differential Games (N.N. Subbotina, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences) Index

      Game Theory and Applications (Series Editors: Leon Petrosjan and Vladimir V. Mazalov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia)
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2001
   ISBN: 1-59033-123-0
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