Θεωρία παιγνίων και κοινωνικές εφαρμογές
Game theory and social applications
Παπαχριστοδούλου, Σπυρίδων Χ.
This thesis tries to bring together the basic concepts of game theory, and current areas of application of modern applications. Game theory is connected with all scientific areas in theoretical level but also at the application level. We can combine easily with the branch of the theory of decisions dealing with the interrelated decisions. Because game theory emerged from the analysis scenarios competition; problems are called games and participants invited players. The techniques can be mounted in multiple sectors and not limited to competitive situations. In summary, we could say that game theory deals with a problem in which the strategy of each player depends on the decisions of other players. Often, presented situations in society; relating to decisions that are interdependent. All these situations require strategic thinking since with effective use of the available information it is possible to integrate the best plan to meet their goals. For example, in the proper techniques for the analysis of interdependent decisions differ significantly from those for individual decisions. In games, the actions of the players listed as movements. A series of combined movements called strategy, so an optimal strategy is a sequence of moves that leads to the best possible outcome. The following sections present basic concepts of game theory and analyze the various sub¬categories. At the end of the thesis we have collected and present several examples of daily and business applications.