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Foundations of Game Theory: Noncooperative Games

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Author: Nicolai N. Vorob'Ev


Theory of Games and Economic Behavior

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Author: John von Neumann


Global Interdependence: Simulation and Gaming Perspectives : Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of the International Simulation and Ga

Global Interdependence: Simulation and Gaming Perspectives : Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of the International Simulation and Ga Lowest new price: $99.56
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Author: D. Crookall


Rational Interaction: Essays in Honor of John C. Harsanyi

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Balanced Silverman Games on General Discrete Sets (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 365)

Balanced Silverman Games on General Discrete Sets (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 365) Lowest new price: $40.46
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Author: Gerald A. Heuer

A Silverman game is a two-person zero-sum game defined in terms of two sets S I and S II of positive numbers, and two parameters, the threshold T > 1 and the penalty v > 0. Players I and II independently choose numbers from S I and S II, respectively. The higher number wins 1, unless it is at least T times as large as the other, in which case it loses v. Equal numbers tie. Such a game might be used to model various bidding or spending situations in which within some bounds the higher bidder or bigger spender wins, but loses if it is overdone. Such situations may include spending on armaments, advertising spending or sealed bids in an auction. Previous work has dealt mainly with special cases. In this work recent progress for arbitrary discrete sets S I and S II is presented. Under quite general conditions, these games reduce to finite matrix games. A large class of games are completely determined by the diagonal of the matrix, and it is shown how the great majority of these appear to have unique optimal strategies. The work is accessible to all who are familiar with basic noncooperative game theory.


Game Equilibrium Models IV: Social and Political Interaction

Game Equilibrium Models IV: Social and Political Interaction Lowest new price: $163.51
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The four volumes of Game Equilibrium Models present applications of non-cooperative game theory. Problems of strategic interaction arising in biology, economics, political science and the social sciences in general are treated in 42 papers on a wide variety of subjects. Internationally known authors with backgrounds in various disciplines have contributed original research. The reader finds innovative modelling combined with advanced methods of analysis. The four volumes are the outcome of a research year at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the University of Bielefeld. The close interaction of an international interdisciplinary group of researchers has produced an unusual collection of remarkable results of great interest for everybody who wants to be informed on the scope, potential, and future direction of work in applied game theory. Volume IV Social and Political Interaction contains game equilibrium models focussing on social and political interaction within communities or states or between states, i.e. national and international social and political interaction. Specific aspects of those interactions are modelled as non-cooperative games and their equilibria are analysed.


Game Equilibrium Models III: Strategic Bargaining

Game Equilibrium Models III: Strategic Bargaining Lowest new price: $100.52
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The four volumes of Game Equilibrium Models present applications of non-cooperative game theory. Problems of strategic interaction arising in biology, economics, political science and the social sciences in general are treated in 42 papers on a wide variety of subjects. Internationally known authors with backgrounds in various disciplines have contributed original research. The reader finds innovative modelling combined with advanced methods of analysis. The four volumes are the outcome of a research year at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the University of Bielefeld. The close interaction of an international interdisciplinary group of researchers has produced an unusual collection of remarkable results of great interest for everybody who wants to be informed on the scope, potential, and future direction of work in applied game theory. Volume III Strategic Bargaining contains ten papers on game equilibrium models of bargaining. All these contributions look at bargaining situations as non-cooperative games. General models of two-person and n-person bargaining are explored.


Game Equilibrium Models II: Methods, Morals, and Markets

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Game Equilibrium Models I: Evolution and Game Dynamics

Game Equilibrium Models I: Evolution and Game Dynamics Lowest new price: $70.06
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Game Theoretical Foundations of Evolutionary Stability (Lecture Notes in Economics & Mathematical Systems)

Game Theoretical Foundations of Evolutionary Stability (Lecture Notes in Economics & Mathematical Systems) Lowest used price: $19.99
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Author: Immanuel M. Bomze


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