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by Jeno Szép,Ferenc Szidarovszky,Ferenc Forgó

ePub Introduction to the Theory of Games: Concepts, Methods, Applications (Nonconvex Optimization and Its Applications) download
Author:
Jeno Szép,Ferenc Szidarovszky,Ferenc Forgó
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978-0792357759
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0792357752
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Springer; 1999 edition (May 31, 1999)
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Mathematics
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Concepts, Methods, Applications. Authors: Forgó, Ferenc, Szép, Jeno, Szidarovszky, Ferenc.

Concepts, Methods, Applications. This book, besides covering the classical results of game theory, places special emphasis on methods of determining & of various game models.

Ferenc Forgó; Jeno Szép; Ferenc Szidarovszky.

Jeno Sz?p; Ferenc Szidarovszky Springer 9780792357759 : Game theory is a collection of mathematical models .

Jeno Sz?p; Ferenc Szidarovszky Springer 9780792357759 : Game theory is a collection of mathematical models designed for the analysis of strate. Описание: This book serves as an introductory text to optimization theory in normed spaces.

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The concepts of generalized C-pseudomonotone and generalized hemicontinuous operators are introduced.

The theory of variational inequalities has become a powerful tool in studying a wide class of problems arising in various branches of mathematical and engineering sciences. The concepts of generalized C-pseudomonotone and generalized hemicontinuous operators are introduced.

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Koji Okuguchi, Ferenc Szidarovszky. Introduction to the theory of games : concepts, methods, applications.

Koji Okuguchi, Ferenc Szidarovszky. In this book a rigorous, systematic, mathematical analysis is presented for oligopoly with multi-product firms in static as well as dynamic frameworks in the light of recent developments in theorie. More).

Series: Nonconvex Optimization and Its Applications (Book 39).

Game theory, defined in the broadest sense, is a collection of mathematical models designed for the analysis of strategic aspects of situations of conflict and cooperation in a broad spectrum of fields including economics, politics, biology, engineering, and operations research. This book, besides covering the classical results of game theory, places special emphasis on methods of determining `solutions' of various game models. Generalizations reaching beyond the `convexity paradigm' and leading to nonconvex optimization problems are enhanced and discussed in more detail than in standard texts on this subject. The development is theoretical-mathematical interspersed with elucidating interpretations and examples. Audience: The material in the book is accessible to PhD and graduate students and will also be of interest to researchers. Solid knowledge of standard undergraduate mathematics is required to read the book.