Game Theory and Optimal Decision-Making

Course Code:
11TER
Academic Degree:
master
Study Programme:
Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications (N 3710)
semesterlanguagestudy field / specialization
1czechLA Logistics and Transport Processes Control - 3708T046
Erasmus:
course for Erasmus and Exchange students in winter semester
Form of Study:
full-time and part-time
Credits:
2
Number of Hours:
2 + 0 hours per week - in full-time study
8 hours per semester - in part-time study
Type of Course:
obligatory
Course Completion:
exam
Course Tutor:
 
roh  Lectures:
RNDr. Magdalena Hykšová, Ph.D.
roh  Part-time Study:
RNDr. Magdalena Hykšová, Ph.D.
Supervising Department:
Department of Applied Mathematics (16111)
Keywords:
Game theory; explicit-form game; normal-form game; bimatrix game; antagonistic game; matrix game; repeated game; cooperative game.
Abstract:
Decision-making theory, utility theory. Explicit form games, backward induction. Normal form games. Antagonistic conflict, matrix games. Repeated games, evolutionary game theory. Cooperative games without transferable payoffs. Cooperative games with transferable payoffs (imputation, core, Shapley value, nucleolus). Applications of game theory above all in economics and transportation.
Objectives:
Fundamental concepts of game theory, methods for particular models (explicit form games, normal form games, repeated games, cooperative games), applications of game theory.