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TWO-MACHINE SCHEDULING UNDER REQUIRED PRECEDENCE AMONG JOBS

- T. Kurisu
- Computer Science
- 1 March 1976

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TWO-MACHINE SCHEDULING UNDER ARBITRARY PRECEDENCE CONSTRAINTS

- T. Kurisu
- Computer Science
- 1 June 1977

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THREE-MACHINE SCHEDULING PROBLEM WITH PRECEDENCE CONSTRAINTS

- T. Kurisu
- Mathematics
- 1 September 1977

This paper deals with a three-machine flow-shop problem in which some of the job sequences are in- feasible. It is assumed that jobs are grouped into several disJoint subsets within which a job order… Expand

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A TWO-VERSUS-ONE SILENT DUEL WITH EQUAL ACCURACY FUNCTIONS UNDER ARBITRARY MOTION

- T. Kurisu
- Engineering
- 2004

In this paper we examine a two-person zero-sum timing game with the following structure: Player I has a gun with two bullets and player II has a gun with one bullet and they fight a duel. Both guns… Expand

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On a noisy-silent-versus-silent duel with equal accuracy functions

- T. Kurisu
- Mathematics
- 1 May 1983

This paper deals with the noisy-silent-versus-silent duel with equal accuracy functions. Player I has a gun with two bullets and player II has a gun with one bullet. The first bullet of player I is… Expand

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A ONE-NOISY-VERSUS-TWO-SILENT DUEL WITH ARBITRARY ACCURACY FUNCTIONS UNDER ARBITRARY MOTION

- T. Kurisu
- Mathematics
- 1 November 2002

This paper deals with a two-person zero-sum timing game with the following structure: Player I has a gun with one bullet and player II has a gun with two bullets and they ght a duel. Player I's gun… Expand

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Some Results in Cost Allocation Games

- Sabbir Ahmed Syed, T. Kurisu
- Economics
- 1991

Abstract The paper is mainly devoted to the separable cost allocations of a cost allocation game. The first part of the paper (Section 2) deals with the conditions which are sufficient for the… Expand

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TWO SILENT DUEL WITH EQUAL ACCURACY FUNCTIONS UNDER ARBITRARY MOTION

- T. Kurisu
- 2006

In this paper we examine a two-person zero-sum timing game with the following structure: Each of players I and II has a gun with two bullets and they fight a duel. Both guns are silent so that… Expand

Two-noisy-versus-one-silent duel with equal accuracy functions

- T. Kurisu
- Mathematics
- 1 February 1983

This paper deals with the two-noisy-versus-one-silent duel which is still open, as pointed out by Styszyński (Ref. 1). Player I has a noisy gun with two bullets, and player II has a silent gun with… Expand

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TWO-PERSON ZERO-SUM GAMES WITH RANDOM PAYOFFS

- T. Kurisu
- Mathematics
- 1977

This paper deals with two-person zero-sum rectangular games with random payoffs. It is assumed that each player knows the distribution functions of the random entries and that players must select… Expand