Thus each participant attempts to maximize a function (his above-mentioned "result") of which he does not control all variables. This is certainly no maximum problem, but a peculiar and disconcerting mixture of several conflicting maximum problems. Every... Enlarging economic doctrine - Página 31por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Energy and Power - 1976Visualização integral - Acerca deste livro
| Panos M. Pardalos, Y. Siskos, Constantin Zopounidis - 1995 - 250 páginas
...von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern had the following to say about the vector optimization problem [2]: **This is certainly no maximum problem, but a peculiar...disconcerting mixture of several conflicting maximum problems** ... This kind of problem is nowhere dealt with in classical mathematics. We emphasize at the risk 117... | |
| Walter A. Weisskopf - 1955 - 266 páginas
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| John McMillan - 2001 - 103 páginas
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| John McMillan, Earl L. Grinols, Motoshige Itoh, Takashi Negishi - 2001 - 103 páginas
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| Christer Carlsson, Robert Fuller - 2001 - 338 páginas
...own actions but on those of others as well. Thus each participant attempts to maximize a function ... **of which he does not control all variables. This is...principle and neither determines all variables which** affects his interest. This kind of problem is nowhere dealt with in classical mathematics. We emphasize... | |
| Paul W. Glimcher - 2004 - 400 páginas
...abovementioned "result") of which he does not control all of the variables. This is certainly no maximization **problem, but a peculiar and disconcerting mixture...guided by another principle and neither determines all** of the variables which affect his interest. This kind of problem is nowhere dealt with in classical... | |
| John P. Burkett - 2006 - 352 páginas
...actions but on those of others as well. Thus each participant attempts to maximize a function . . . **of which he does not control all variables. This is...conflicting maximum problems .... Every participant** can determine the variables which describe his own actions but not those of the others. Nevertheless... | |
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