Books in category Mathematics – Game Theory

  • Generalized Convexity Generalized Monotonicity and Applications

    Generalized Convexity, Generalized Monotonicity and Applications
    Andrew Eberhard, Nicolas Hadjisavvas, D.T. Luc

    The WGGC (http://www.genconv.org) consists of more than 300 researchers coming from 36 countries. This volume contains a collection of refereed articles on generalized convexity and generalized monotonicity.

  • Method of Guiding Functions in Problems of Nonlinear Analysis

    Method of Guiding Functions in Problems of Nonlinear Analysis
    Valeri Obukhovskii, Pietro Zecca, Nguyen Van Loi, Sergei Kornev

    This book offers a self-contained introduction to the theory of guiding functions methods, which can be used to study the existence of periodic solutions and their bifurcations in ordinary differential equations, differential inclusions and …

  • Unifying Themes in Complex Systems IV

    Unifying Themes in Complex Systems IV
    Ali A. Minai, Yaneer Bar-Yam

    This volume contains 43 papers selected from the more than 200 presented at the conference. Topics include: cellular automata, neurology, evolution, computer science, network dynamics, and urban planning.

  • Differential Games

    Differential Games
    Rufus Isaacs

    One of the definitive works in game theory, this volume takes an original and expert look at conflict solutions.

  • Reasons without Persons

    Reasons without Persons
    Brian Hedden

    This is because, on the standard view, there are rational norms for how a persons attitudes and actions at one time should fit with her attitudes and actions at other times, norms that apply within a person but not across persons.

  • The Determinacy of Long Games

    The Determinacy of Long Games
    Itay Neeman

    Review text: "There is an excellent extensive Introduction presenting a view of the theory that can be profitable for a non-specialist as well."(ap) in: EMS-Newsletter 3/2007.

  • The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett III

    The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett III
    Peter Byrne

    Peter Byrne tells the story of Hugh Everett III (1930-1982), whose "many worlds" theory of multiple universes has had a profound impact on physics and philosophy.

  • Social Choice and Strategic Decisions

    Social Choice and Strategic Decisions
    David Austen-Smith, John Duggan

    This book is a collection of essays that tie together the fields spanned by Jeffrey S. Banks' research on this subject.

  • Mathematical Modeling Simulation Visualization and e Learning

    Mathematical Modeling, Simulation, Visualization and e-Learning
    Dialla Konaté

    This book is a collection of articles written by some of the most prominent leading applied mathematicians, as well as articles from young and promising scientists from Africa, Asia and Europe.

  • How to Price

    How to Price
    Oz Shy

    This book introduces the reader to a wide variety of research results on pricing techniques in a unified, systematic way and at varying levels of difficulty.

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