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Generalized game

In computational complexity theory, a generalized game is a game that has been generalized so that it can be played on a board of any size. For… 
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2020
2020
This paper proposes a novel energy sharing mechanism for prosumers who can produce and consume. Different from most existing… 
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2014
2014
Expression trees are well-known tools to visualize the syntactical structure of the expressions. They are helpful also in… 
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2010
Review
2010
Over the last three decades, video games have evolved from a pastime into a force of change that is transforming the way people… 
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2005
2005
Abstract In this paper, we study the system of generalized vector quasi-equilibrium problems which includes as special cases the… 
2004
2004
The paper is divided into three parts: In section 29.1 of the paper, Generalized Game Theory (GGT) is outlined, and its… 
Highly Cited
2003
Highly Cited
2003
Abstract In this paper a new research topic is explored on the role of chaos in a particular game problem: the Parrondo Paradox… 
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2003
2003
In this paper we model infinite processes with finite configurations as infinite games over finite graphs. We investigate those… 
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2001
2001
This paper considers a robust H¥ state feedback control problem for linear uncertain systems with stochastic uncertainty. The… 
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1989
1989
  • R. Korf
  • IJCAI
  • 1989
  • Corpus ID: 19026328
We consider two generalizations of the standard two-player game model: different evaluation functions for the players, and more… 
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1989
1989
We derive the existence of a Walras equilibrium directly from Nash's theorem on noncooperative games. No price player is involved…