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DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Fernando Charro\, Assistant Professor\, Wayne State Un
iversity\nTitle: \;Game Theory and Probability\nAbstract: Games contai
n many of the ingredients common to all conflicts\, while remaining amenab
le to description and study. Game theory\, the mathematical study of games
\, is nowadays an umbrella term for the science of rational decision-makin
g in economics\, political science\, biology\, philosophy\, and computer s
cience.\nIn this talk we will discuss the basics of game theory and explor
e its relation to partial differential equations (PDE). We will focus our
attention on a surprising connection between Random Tug-of-War games and n
onlinear PDE discovered a little over a decade ago.
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SUMMARY:Student Math & Applications Seminar - Fernando Charro
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URL:https://events.wayne.edu/2019/03/22/student-math-applications-seminar-f
ernando-charro-80653/
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