Fuzzy Cooperative Games: Cooperation with Vague Expectations / Edition 1by Milan Mares
Pub. Date: 12/15/2010
Publisher: Physica-Verlag HD
The present book deals with coalition games in which expected pay-offs are only vaguely known. In fact, this idea about vagueness of expectations ap pears to be adequate to real situations in which the coalitional bargaining anticipates a proper realization of the game with a strategic behaviour of players. The vagueness being present in the expectations of… See more details below
The present book deals with coalition games in which expected pay-offs are only vaguely known. In fact, this idea about vagueness of expectations ap pears to be adequate to real situations in which the coalitional bargaining anticipates a proper realization of the game with a strategic behaviour of players. The vagueness being present in the expectations of profits is mod elled by means of the theory of fuzzy set and fuzzy quantities. The fuzziness of decision-making and strategic behaviour attracts the attention of mathematicians and its particular aspects are discussed in sev eral works. One can mention in this respect in particular the book "Fuzzy and Multiobjective Games for Conflict Resolution" by Ichiro Nishizaki and Masatoshi Sakawa (referred below as ) which has recently appeared in the series Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing published by Physica-Verlag in which the present book is also apperaing. That book, together with the one you carry in your hands, form in a certain sense a complementary pair. They present detailed views on two main aspects forming the core of game theory: strategic (mostly 2-person) games, and coalitional (or cooperative) games. As a pair they offer quite a wide overview of fuzzy set theoretical approaches to game theoretical models of human behaviour.
Table of Contents1 Introduction.- 2 Fuzzy Quantities.- 3 Deterministic Coalition Games.- 4 Vagueness and Its Processing.- 5 Fuzzy Additivity and Related Topics.- 6 Fuzzy Core and Effective Coalitions.- 7 Fuzzy Convexity.- 8 Fuzzy Balancedness.- 9 Fuzzy Shapley Value.- 10 Fuzzy Superoptimum.- 11 Fuzzy and Imputational Additivity-Like Relations.- 12 Fuzzy Core and Effectivity in Games Without Side-Payments.- 13 Linear Coalition Games.- 14 A Modified Model of Domination and Superoptimum.- 15 Strategic Background of Fuzzy Cooperation.- 16 Generation of Fuzzy Quantities.- V Concluding Remarks.- References.
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >