Trends in Game Theory and Its Applications, 2nd Edition

A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390). This special issue belongs to the section "Financial Mathematics".

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Interests: axiomatic analysis of solutions for cooperative games and their applications; design of efficient algorithms in strategic games arising from combinatorial problems; power indices and related social choice problems; bioinformatics and statistical analysis of biological data of human RNA
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Dear Colleagues,

Submissions are welcome for a Special Issue on Trends in Game Theory and Its Applications II to appear in the Mathematics Journal. The deadline for submission is 31st March 2023. The Special Issue invites submissions in all areas covered by the European Meetings on GameTheory (SING), including, but not limited to:

  • cooperative games and their applications,
  • mechanism design,
  • networks,
  • dynamic games,
  • evolutionary games,
  • stochasticgames,
  • voting and powerindices,
  • auctions,
  • bargaining,
  • learning and experimentation in games,
  • computational game theory,
  • game theory applications in fields such as: management, energy, health policy, industrial organisation, and others.

In particular, we would like to encourage participants of the 18th European Meeting on Game Theory (SING 18) to submit full, extended versions of their presented papers. However, other relevant papers are welcome. Contributions arising from papers given at a conference should be substantially extended, and should cite the conference paper where appropriate.

Dr. David Barilla
Prof. Dr. Massimiliano Ferrara
Dr. Stefano Moretti
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Keywords

  • cooperative games and their applications
  • mechanism design
  • networks
  • dynamic games
  • evolutionary games
  • stochasticgames
  • voting and powerindices
  • auctions
  • bargaining
  • learning and experimentation in games
  • computational game theory
  • game theory applications in fields such as: management, energy, health policy, industrial organisation, and others

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An Evolutionary Game Analysis of Stakeholders’ Decision-Making Behavior in Medical Data Sharing
by Yi Gao, Zhiling Zhu and Jian Yang
Mathematics 2023, 11(13), 2921; https://doi.org/10.3390/math11132921 - 29 Jun 2023
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Abstract
In the era of big data, medical data sharing has become an inevitable requirement to improve the quality and efficiency of medical services. To advance the progress of medical data sharing and expedite the circulation of data value, it becomes crucial to examine [...] Read more.
In the era of big data, medical data sharing has become an inevitable requirement to improve the quality and efficiency of medical services. To advance the progress of medical data sharing and expedite the circulation of data value, it becomes crucial to examine the decision-making behavior of stakeholders involved in the medical-data-sharing process. To this end, we construct a three-way evolutionary game model applicable to the medical sharing scenario, analyzing the evolutionary trends in the selection strategies of data providers, the medical-data-sharing platform and data demanders. Furthermore, through theoretical analysis and simulation experiments, we explore the game equilibrium point of the system and analyze key factors that affect stakeholder strategy selection. The results of the experiment show that, in addition to data security, platforms and regulators should pay attention to the regulation and governance of the quality of data flows, which involves reasonable incentives–feedback–rewards and penalties. By strengthening the security technology and data governance system construction of sharing platforms, as well as promoting regulatory authorities to implement reward and punishment measures, etc., a stable state can be achieved in such systems. In addition, this article also proposes relevant management suggestions for medical data sharing in order to provide useful references for scientific decision making by stakeholders. Full article
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