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Editors: Leon Petrosjan and Vladimir V. Mazalov (St. Petersburg State University, Russia)
Book Description:
This new volume brings together papers of well-known specialists in game theory and adjacent problems. It presents the basic results in dynamic games, stochastic games, applications of game theoretical methods in ecology and economics and the methodological aspects of game theory.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Decisions between Incompletely Informed Agents: A Basic Rating Game; pp. 1-15
(V. Bieta, Trier University, Germany)

Chapter 2. Cost Sharing in Electricity Transmission Grid; pp. 17-29
(B. Dong, University of International Business and Economics, China; Y. Wang, University of Windsor, Canada)

Chapter 3. Fixed Benefit Games; pp. 31-44
(V. Fragnelli, University del Piemonte Orientale, Italy, M.E. Marina, University di Genova)

Chapter 4. Resource Extraction Activity: An Intergenerational
Approach; pp. 45-55
(L. Grilli, University degli Studi di Goggia, Italy)

Chapter 5. Information Protocols and Extensive Games
in Inductive Game Theory; pp. 57-83
(M. Kaneko, University of Tsukuba, Japan, J.J. Kline, Bond University, Australia)

Chapter 6. Uncertainty Aversion and Theory of Incomplete Contract; pp. 85-103
(C. Ma, Xiamnen University, China)

Chapter 7. Bioresource Management Problem with Changing Area for Fishery; pp. 105-114
(V.V. Mazalov, A.N. Rettieva, Karelian Research Center of RAS, Russia)

Chapter 8. Associated Consistency Based on Utility Functions of Coalitions; pp. 115-125
(N.I. Naumova, St. Petersburg State University, Russia)

Chapter 9. On the Not-Preference-Based Hoede-Bakker Index; pp. 127-141
(A. Rusinowska, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland and Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands)

Chapter 10. The Differential Game with "A Survival Zone" with
Different Classes of Admissible Control Functions; pp. 143-150
(B.T. Samatov, Namangan State University, Uzbekistan)

Chapter 11. An Overall-coalitional Marginalistic Value for Set Games; pp. 151-163
(H. Sun, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, T. Driessen, University of Twente, The Netherlands)

Chapter 12. Game-Theoretic Study of Divisible Good Auctions; pp. 165-182
(A. Vasain, Lomonosov Moscow State University, New Econcomic School, Russia, P. Vasina, Dorodnicyn Computing Center of the RAS, Russia)

Chapter 13. Innovation Game with Large Entrants; pp. 183-202
(Z. Wu, Wuhan University, China)

Chapter 14. A Solution Defined by Fine Vectors; pp. 203-214
(G. Xu, H. Sun, Northwestern Polytechina University, China, C. Hoede, T. Driessen, University of Twente, The Netherlands)

Chapter 15. On the Stability of Oligopoly Model with a Cournot Fringe; pp. 215-224

(L. Zu, S. Wang, Chinese Academy of Mediicne, China, J. Zhang, McGill University)

   Series:
      Game Theory and Applications (Series Editors: Leon Petrosjan and Vladimir V. Mazalov, St. Petersburg State University, Russia)
   Binding: Hardback
   Pub. Date: 2008, 3nd Quarter-c
   Pages: 231 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-297-2
   Status: AV
  
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