Game Theory and Optimal Decision
- Department of Applied Mathematics
Non-cooperative game theory, cooperative game theory, repeated games, bargaining theory, individual and group decisions, utility theory. Description of particular conflicts uses techniques of mathematical modeling. Theoretical concepts exposition is followed by practical application, mainly within the area of transportation and economics.
Basics of mathematical analysis and linear algebra.
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- Study Objective:
Knowledge of fundamental concepts of game theory and their properties. Mastering solution concepts of non-cooperative and cooperative games. Ability of application theoretical knowledge in practice, mainly in transportation and economics.
- Study materials:
Maňas M.: Teorie her a její aplikace, Praha, SNTL, 1991; Maňas M.: Games and Economic Decisions, Praha, VŠE, 1998; Morris, P.: Introduction to Game Theory. Springer Verlag, New York, 1994Maňas M.: Teorie her a její aplikace, Praha, SNTL, 1991. Maňas M.: Games and Economic Decisions, Praha, VŠE, 1998. Morris, P.: Introduction to Game Theory. Springer Verlag, New York, 1994.
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