2016/1
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63081
2022-12-06T18:10:09ZOn lax-algebraic (co)nuclei
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63102
On lax-algebraic (co)nuclei
Solovyov, S. A.
Quantic (co)nuclei provide a convenient technique for constructing quotients and subquantales of quantales. This paper shows its analogue for the laxalgebraic approach to topology of M. M. Clementino, D. Hofmann, and W. Tholen, based in a monad and a unital quantale. As a result, we get a machinery for constructing quotient categories and subcategories, which provides, in particular, several of the already de ned ones by M. M. Clementino et al. We also get a representation theorem for the approach of M. M. Clementino et al.
2016-08-23T08:56:32ZOn some basic constructions in categories of quantale-valued sup-lattices
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63101
On some basic constructions in categories of quantale-valued sup-lattices
Šlesinger, R.
If the standard concepts of partial-order relation and subset are fuzzi ed, taking valuation in a unital commutative quantale Q, corresponding concepts of joins and join-preserving mappings can be introduced. We present constructions of limits, colimits and Hom-objects in categories Q-Sup of Q-valued fuzzy joinsemilattices, showing the analogy to the ordinary category Sup of join-semilattices.
2016-08-23T08:56:32ZGeneralized Euler vector fields associated to the Weil bundles
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63100
Generalized Euler vector fields associated to the Weil bundles
Kouotchop Wamba, P. M.
The notion of a Euler vector eld is usually de ned on the tangent bundle of a nite dimensional manifold M. In this paper, we generalize this notion to the Weil bundle TAM, for any Weil algebra A and we study some properties.
2016-08-23T08:56:32ZA remark on extremally μ-disconnected generalized topological spaces
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63103
A remark on extremally μ-disconnected generalized topological spaces
Tyagi, B. K.; Chauhan, H. V. S.
A more general de nition of extremally u-disconnected generalized topological space [3] is introduced and its properties are studied. We have further improved the de nitions of generalized open sets [1] and upper(lower) semi-continuous functions de ned for a generalized topological space in [5]. In this generalized framework we obtain the analogues of results in [1, 3, 5]. Examples of extremally u -disconnected generalized topological spaces are given.
2016-08-23T08:56:32ZUncertainty of outcome and varying fan preferences - a game theoretic approach
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63098
Uncertainty of outcome and varying fan preferences - a game theoretic approach
Haugen, K. K.
This paper applies simple game theory to investigate an equilibrium link between composition of football clubs' fans preferences and the clubs' talent acquisition decisions. Such a link is identi ed, and wealth of the clubs turns out to be important for such equilibria to be established. However, even poor clubs can reach equilibria where they end up being winners of the „talent-acquisition-game", given that their fans are 'die-hard' enough. In short; clubs with a long history and a dedicated fan base are much better prepared for successful competition in the football market.
2016-08-23T08:56:31ZPoint score systems and football coaching secrecy
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/63099
Point score systems and football coaching secrecy
Haugen, K. K.
In this paper, a game between two football (soccer) teams is analysed. The focus is on how the choice of point score system may a ect Nash equilibria in a given simultaneous game and a corresponding sequential version. The reason for this choice, is (to some extent) experience related to the growing secrecy on pre-game strategic choices among football coaches. It is demonstrated by the relatively simple game theory, that the point score system plays a vital role in how teams (coaches) will \play" such games, given that they are rational and recognize Nash equilibrium as a reasonable game prediction. In fact, some evidence on an increased tendency for more pre-game strategic secrecy is logically established in a move from a 2-1-0 point score system to a 3-1-0 point score system.
2016-08-23T08:56:31Z