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game the·o·ry

the branch of mathematical logic concerned with the range of possible reactions to a particular strategy; each reaction can be assigned a probability and each reaction can lead to a counter-reaction by the "adversary" in the game. Used mainly in systems analysis, game theory has some applications in disease surveillance and control; it is one of the underlying theories in clinical decision analysis.

game theory

a branch of mathematical logic which deals with all of the possible reactions to a particular strategy used mainly in systems analysis.
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Research on the apply of math games theory in the simulation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS), Proceedings of 4-th International Conference on the Management of Technological Changes, Chania, Greece, ISBN 9608475-05-8, pag.
Simulation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems with help of mathematical games theory, Ed.
To prove experimentally the functioning of the FMS in report to the games theory, there have been elaborated some computer programs and there have been realized simulation experiments on the computer about the functioning of the FMS, which gathered a lot of hours on the computer.