Driessen, T.S.H., van der Laan, G., Vasil'ev, V.A., Yanovskaya, E. (Eds.)
2006, X, 254 p.
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The research of Soviet scientists in the field of game theory, starting around 1965 under the supervision of N. N. Vorob`ev, one of the leading experts in the field, has resulted in many high-level publications. The purpose of this book is to report to the international readership on the sophisticated research by Russian game theorists during the two decades 1968 - 1988. The book includes a collection of contributions in game theory and the related field of equilibrium theory which never had been published in English before. A short historical survey about the development of game theory in the USSR before 1990 is given in the introduction.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Bargaining Problem - Cooperative Game - Noncooperative Game - bargaining - cooperative games - equilibrium - game theory - general equilibrium - sets - social choice