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By Alain Haurie, Shigeo Muto, Leon A. Petrosjan, T. E. S. Raghavan

This ebook, an outgrowth of the tenth foreign Symposium on Dynamic video games, offers present advancements of the idea of dynamic video games and its purposes. The textual content makes use of dynamic video game types to strategy and clear up difficulties touching on pursuit-evasion, advertising, finance, weather and environmental economics, source exploitation, in addition to auditing and tax evasions. It contains chapters on cooperative video games, that are more and more drawing dynamic ways to their classical solutions.

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B) a) c) Figure 6: Graphs of the functions f (a), −g (b), and −conv g (c). Level Sweeping a) Figure 7: Sections of the graphs of conv f conv f − conv g (c). 33 b) = c) f (a), −conv g (b), and The graph of the function −g (it is more demonstrative to imagine the function −g) looks like a “roof” having a cavity of the same form as the bottom of the graph of f (Figure 6b). The origin is placed at the middle of the bottom of the graph of f and at the middle of the cavity of −g. Then the graph of f − g = f + (−g) looks like the graph of f .

Let us suppose that f (x) = (conv f )(x) if x ∈ ∂C and f (x) = (conv f )(x) if x ∈ int C. Then the function conv f is linear in the cone C. 2 will be proved. Proof. 1) Let us denote g˜ = conv g, S = x ∈ R2 : g˜(x) = g(x) . By virtue of the continuity of the functions g˜ and g, the set S is closed. Thus, the set R2 \S can be presented as at most a countable join of non-overlapping open cones Ci0 , i = 1, m, m ∞. Following proposition 3◦ , each of these cones is of angle not greater than π. Let Ci be the closure of the cone Ci0 .

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