Linear (semi-)infinite programs and cooperative games


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Timmer, Judith and Llorca, Natividad (2002) Linear (semi-)infinite programs and cooperative games. In: Chapters in game theory: in honor of Stef Tijs. Series C: Game theory, Mathematial Programming and Operations Research, 31 . Springer Verlag, New York, pp. 267-285. ISBN 9781402070631

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Abstract:In 1975 Stef Tijs defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled “Semi-infinite and infinite matrix games and bimatrix games”. Following this, his paper “Semi-infinite linear programs and semi-infinite matrix games” was pub- lished in 1979. Both these works deal with programs and noncoopera- tive games in a (semi-)infinite setting. Several decades later these works and Stef Tijs himself inspired some researchers from Italy, Spain and The Netherlands to study cooperative games arising from linear (semi) infinite programs. These studies were performed under the inspiring supervision of Stef Tijs.
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