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  • Author:
    Anatol Rapoport
  • ISBN:
    0486414558
  • ISBN13:
    978-0486414553
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    Dover Publications; Dover Ed edition (April 17, 2013)
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    334 pages
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and Applications . Rapoport attended public schools in Chicago

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics). Rapoport attended public schools in Chicago. He studied music in Chicago and later in Vienna, where he graduated from the State Academy of Music with a degree in composition, piano and conducting. in mathematics from the University of Chicago in 1941. Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0486414558. Publication Date: May 20, 2013.

Series: Dover Books on Mathematics. Paperback: 240 pages. This book is very good at explaining the mathematical aspects of two-person game theory, but it is very poor in its explanation of the theory

Series: Dover Books on Mathematics. This book is very good at explaining the mathematical aspects of two-person game theory, but it is very poor in its explanation of the theory.

1970, N-Person Game Theory. Concepts and Applications, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. (reprinted by Dover Press, Mineola, NY, 2001). 1974, Conflict in Man-made Environment, Harmondsworth, Penguin Books 1986, General System Theory. Essential Concepts and Applications, Abacus, Tunbridge Wells. 1989, The Origins of Violence: Approaches to the Study of Conflict, Paragon House, New York. 1989, Decision Theory and Decision Behaviour, Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1992, Peace: An Idea, Whose Time Has Come, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI.

N-person game theory provides a logical framework for analyzing contests in. .In Part II he delves into the theory's social applications, including small.

N-person game theory provides a logical framework for analyzing contests in which there are more than two players or sets of conflicting interests-anything from a hand of poker to the tangled web of international relations In Part II he delves into the theory's social applications, including small.

Games of strategy (Mathematics), Mathematics, Game Theory, Jeux de stratégie (Mathématiques), Games of strategy (Mathematics), Speltheorie, Wiskundige methoden .

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Games, Theory and Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics)

Games, Theory and Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics). It opens with the theory of two-person zero-sum games, two-person non-zero sum games, and n-person games, at a level between nonmathematical introductory books and technical mathematical game theory books Read it. Games, Theory and Applications.

N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics).

N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and Applications (Paperback). Published 1970 by University of Michigan Press. Paperback, 331 pages. Author(s): Anatol Rapoport. N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics). Published October 14th 2011 by Dover Publications.

N-person game theory analyzes contests in which there are more than two sets of conflicting interests, . a hand of poker or wide-scale warfare

N-person game theory analyzes contests in which there are more than two sets of conflicting interests, . a hand of poker or wide-scale warfare. In this sequel to his Two-Person Game Theory, the author introduces the necessary mathematical notation (mainly set theory), presents basic concepts, discusses a variety of models, and provides applications to social situations. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and k – 20 March 2013. by Anatol Rapoport(Author)

N-Person Game Theory: Concepts and k – 20 March 2013. by Anatol Rapoport(Author). In this sequel to Two-Person Game Theory, the author introduces the necessary mathematical notation (mainly set theory), presents basic concepts, discusses a variety of models, and provides applications to social situations.

N-person game theory provides a logical framework for analyzing contests in which there are more than two players or sets of conflicting interests-anything from a hand of poker to the tangled web of international relations. In this sequel to his Two-Person Game Theory, Dr. Rapoport provides a fascinating and lucid introduction to the theory, geared towards readers with little mathematical background but with an appetite for rigorous analysis.Following an introduction to the necessary mathematical notation (mainly set theory), in Part I the author presents basic concepts and models, including levels of game-theoretic analysis, individual and group rationality, the Von Neumann-Morgenstern solution, the Shapley value, the bargaining set, the kernel, restrictions on realignments, games in partition function form, and Harsanyi's bargaining model. In Part II he delves into the theory's social applications, including small markets, large markets, simple games and legislatures, symmetric and quota games, coalitions and power, and more.This affordable new edition will be welcomed by economists, political scientists, historians, and anyone interested in multilateral negotiations or conflicts, as well as by general readers with an interest in mathematics, logic, or games.