Stef Tijs mainly investigates Mathematical economics, Game theory, Core, Cooperative game theory and Shapley value. His Mathematical economics study which covers Axiom that intersects with Rationality and Profit. His Game theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Traveling purchaser problem, Mathematical optimization, Triangle inequality and Operations research.
His Core study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discrete mathematics, Fuzzy game, Monotonic function and Regular polygon. His biological study deals with issues like Value, which deal with fields such as Interval, Superadditivity and Theoretical computer science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Decision theory and Bondareva–Shapley theorem in addition to Shapley value.
Stef Tijs mostly deals with Mathematical economics, Core, Game theory, Combinatorics and Mathematical optimization. Stef Tijs interconnects Value, Class and Axiom in the investigation of issues within Mathematical economics. His work carried out in the field of Class brings together such families of science as Shapley value and Interval.
His Core research includes themes of Discrete mathematics, Cooperative game theory, Clan, Element and Monotonic function. His Combinatorics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Characterization and Regular polygon. His work deals with themes such as Connection and Kruskal's algorithm, which intersect with Mathematical optimization.
Stef Tijs focuses on Mathematical economics, Core, Interval, Class and Regular polygon. His Mathematical economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Value and Mathematical optimization. His Core study incorporates themes from Discrete mathematics, Cooperative game theory, Clan and Combinatorics.
Convex optimization is closely connected to Shapley value in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Class. His studies in Regular polygon integrate themes in fields like Superadditivity and Monotonic function. Stef Tijs has researched Game theory in several fields, including Game mechanics and Video game design.
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Models in cooperative game theory
Rodica Brânzei;Dinko Dimitrov;Stef Tijs.
Lecture Notes in Economics (2008)
Game theory and cost allocation problems
S. H. Tijs;T. S. H. Driessen.
Management Science (1986)
On the position value for communication situations
Peter Borm;G. Owen;S.H. Tijs.
SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics (1992)
I. J. Curiel;M. Maschler;S. H. Tijs.
Traveling salesman games
J.A.M. Potters;I. Curiel;S.H. Tijs.
Mathematical Programming (1992)
On Big Boss Games
Shigeo Muto;Mikio Nakayama;Jos Potters;Stef Tijs.
The Economic studies quarterly (1988)
Introduction to game theory
A game theoretic approach to problems in telecommunication
A. van den Nouweland;P. Borm;W. van Golstein Brouwers;R. Groot Bruinderink.
Management Science (1996)
The consistency principle for games in strategic form
Bezalel Peleg;Stef Tijs.
International Journal of Game Theory (1996)
On cores and stable sets for fuzzy games
S.H. Tijs;R. Brânzei;S. Ishihara;S. Muto.
Fuzzy Sets and Systems (2004)
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