An algorithm for the solution of concave-convex games
Gunn, Lee Fredric
Danskin, J.M., Jr.
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A master's thesis which discusses the solution of con- cave-convex games. An algorithm is developed, a computer program written and applied to an anti-submarine warfare force allocation problem as an illustration. Techniques for handling concave -convex problems in high dimensions are included.
Distinguished Alumni Award Program author. VADM Lee F. Gunn, USN (Ret) (Presented 18 Apr 06)
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