Mathematical Programming and Game Theory [electronic resource] / edited by S.K. Neogy, Ravindra B. Bapat, Dipti Dubey
- Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
- Physical Description:
- XIV, 226 pages 21 illustrations, 9 illustrations in color : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Neogy, S. K., Bapat, R. B., Dubey, Dipti, and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Indian Statistical Institute Series, 2523-3114
- Chapter 1. A Uniﬁed Framework for a Class of Mathematical Programming Problems (Dipti Dubey) -- Chapter 2. Maximizing spectral radius and number of spanning trees in bipartite graphs (Ravindra B. Bapat) -- Chapter 3. Optimization problems on acyclic orientations of graphs, shellability of simplicial complexes, and acyclic partitions (Masahiro Hachimori) -- Chapter 4. On ideal minimally non-packing clutters (Kenji Kashiwabara) -- Chapter 5. Symmetric Travelling Salesman Problem (Tiru Arthanari) -- Chapter 6. About the links between equilibrium problems and variational inequalities (D. Aussel) -- Chapter 7. The shrinking projection method and resolvents on Hadamard spaces (Yasunori Kimura) -- Chapter 8. Some Hard Stable Marriage Problems: A Survey on Multivariate Analysis (Sushmita Gupta) -- Chapter 9. Approximate Quasi-Linearity for Large Incomes (Mamoru Kaneko) -- Chapter 10. Cooperative Games in Networks under Uncertainty on the Costs (L. Mallozzi) -- Chapter 11. Pricing competition between cell phone carriers in a growing market of customers (Andrey Garnaev) -- Chapter 12. Stochastic games with endogenous transitions (Reinoud Joosten).
- This book discusses recent developments in mathematical programming and game theory, and the application of several mathematical models to problems in finance, games, economics and graph theory. All contributing authors are eminent researchers in their respective fields, from across the world. This book contains a collection of selected papers presented at the 2017 Symposium on Mathematical Programming and Game Theory at New Delhi during 9-11 January 2017. Researchers, professionals and graduate students will find the book an essential resource for current work in mathematical programming, game theory and their applications in finance, economics and graph theory. The symposium provides a forum for new developments and applications of mathematical programming and game theory as well as an excellent opportunity to disseminate the latest major achievements and to explore new directions and perspectives.
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