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Two-person zero-sum game theory deals with situations that are perfectly competitiveâ€•there are exactly two decision makers for whom there is no possibility of cooperation or compromise. It is the most fundamental part of game theory, and the part most commonly applied. There are diverse applications to military battles, sports, parlor games, economics and politics. The theory was born in World War II, and has by now matured into a significant and tractable body of knowledge about competitive decision making. The advent of modern, powerful computers has enabled the solution of many games that were once beyond computational reach.

*Two-Person Zero-Sum Games, 4th Ed*. offers an up-to-date introduction to the subject, especially its computational aspects. Any finite game can be solved by the brute force method of enumerating all possible strategies and then applying linear programming. The trouble is that many interesting games have far too many strategies to enumerate, even with the aid of computers. After introducing ideas, terminology, and the brute force method in the initial chapters, the rest of the book is devoted to classes of games that can be solved without enumerating every strategy. Numerous examples are given, as well as an extensive set of exercises. Many of the exercises are keyed to sheets of an included Excel workbook that can be freely downloaded from the SpringerExtras website. This new edition can be used as either a reference book or as a textbook.

- Series:
**International Series in Operations Research & Management Science** - Author:
**Alan Washburn** - Year:
**2014** - Publisher:
**Springer** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**1461490499,978-1-4614-9049-4,978-1-4614-9050-0**

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Two-person zero-sum game theory deals with situations that are perfectly competitiveâ€”there are exactly two decision makers for whom there is no possibility of cooperation or compromise. It is the most fundamental part of game theory, and the part most com...

Two-person zero-sum game theory deals with situations that are perfectly competitiveâ€”there are exactly two decision makers for whom there is no possibility of cooperation or compromise. It is the most fundamental part of game theory, and the part most com...

The purpose of the book is to present the basic results in the theory of two-person zero-sum repeated games including stochastic games and repeated games with incomplete information. It underlines their relation through the operator approach and covers bo...

This book is a spectacular introduction to the modern mathematical discipline known as the Theory of Games. Harold Kuhn first presented these lectures at Princeton University in 1952. They succinctly convey the essence of the theory, in part through the p...

This book is a spectacular introduction to the modern mathematical discipline known as the Theory of Games. Harold Kuhn first presented these lectures at Princeton University in 1952. They succinctly convey the essence of the theory, in part through the p...

This book is a spectacular introduction to the modern mathematical discipline known as the Theory of Games. Harold Kuhn first presented these lectures at Princeton University in 1952. They succinctly convey the essence of the theory, in part through the p...

An exciting new edition of the popular introduction togame theory and its applicationsThe thoroughly expanded Second Edition presents a unique, hands-on approach to game theory. While most books on the subject are too abstract or too basic for mathematici...

Praise for the Second Edition: "This is quite a well-done book: very tightly organized, better-than-average exposition, and numerous examples, illustrations, and applications."â€”Mathematical Reviews of the American Mathematical SocietyAn Introduction to Li...

This primarily undergraduate textbook focuses on finite-dimensional optimization. It offers an original and well integrated treatment of semidifferential calculus and optimization, with an emphasis on the Hadamard subdifferential, introduced at the begi...