|Lecturers in charge:
||dr. sc. Jasmina Pašagić Škrinjar
||izv. prof. dr. sc. Borna Abramović
Laboratory exercises, Lectures
prof. dr. sc. Jasmina Pašagić Škrinjar
|Course description: Basic concepts of logistic game theory. General terms and definitions in the domain of matrix games. Neumann Criterion. Saddle
point games. Domination. Games without Saddle point. Nash equilibrium. Symmetrical games. Minimax Theorem. Game theory and
linear programming. Paired games with a zero sum. Finding the optimal strategy. Mixed strategies. Restricted Games. Endless
games. Multiphase games and dynamic programming. Paired games, non zero sum games. Non-cooperative and cooperative games.
Games with final number of participants. Differential Games. The direct method. Brown iterative method. Geometric method.
Game against nature. Modeling games in logistics. Repetitive games. Games with incomplete information. Solving simple matrix
games. Solving Mixed Matrix Games. Solving 2x2 matrix games. Solving nx2 matrix games. Resolve 2xm matrix games. Solving Matrix
Games by reducing the Game Price Matrix. Solving nxm matrix games using linear programming. Mixed logistics tasks. The theory
of logistical games on a computer. Calculation and valorisation of Nash equilibriums. Fixed point theorem. Models of cognition.
Fictional games. Market games with incomplete data. Lobbying Games. Asymptotic behaviors.
||Pašagić Škrinjar, J., Abramović, B.: Primjena teorije igara u prometu i logistici, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Fakultet prometnih
znanosti, Zagreb, 2017.
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||Martin J.J. Osborne: Introduction to Game Theory, Oxford University Press, 2003.