Bok’s talk in the Corvinus Game Theory Seminar: Interval and incomplete cooperative gamesBok’s talk in the CGTS will be on 3 November, at 14:00 in room C706.
Speaker: Jan Bok (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
Title: Interval and incomplete cooperative games
(co-authored with Martin Černý, David Hartman, and Milan Hladík)
Abstract: I will talk about two different approaches to uncertainty in cooperative games. In cooperative interval games, characteristic function maps to real closed intervals instead of real numbers. This gives each coalition a bound on its worth. On the other hand, in incomplete games, we have just a partial function, meaning that some of the values of characteristic function are not known. I will briefly describe our results on this theme, their relation and differences.
Date: 3 November, 2022
Venue: Corvinus University of Budapest, Building C, Room C.706.