Game theory
The Impact of Discount Policy on Hotel Pricing in a Competitive Market After Covid-19 Using Game Theory

Elham Sadat Mousavi; Ashkan Hafezalkotob; Ahmad Makui; Mohammad Kazem Sayadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 January 2022

https://doi.org/10.22105/jarie.2022.321076.1411

Abstract
  This paper presents an optimization model for hotel pricing in the competitive environment following the Covid-19 epidemic, in which the government intervenes by offering appropriate tariffs and hotels use incentive policies such as discounts to attract customers. we consider the government as the leader ...  Read More

Game theory
Equitable Resource Allocation Combining Coalitional Game and Data Envelopment Analysis

Fatemeh Ghaeminasab; Mohsen Rostamy-Malkhalifeh; farhad hosseinzadeh Lotfi; Mohammad-Hasan Behzadi; Hamidreza Navidi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 09 July 2022

https://doi.org/10.22105/jarie.2022.311793.1396

Abstract
  In this paper, while taking into account the cooperative relationships between units, the problem of revenue allocation is considered as a coalitional game. In order for the allocation to be equitable, by relying on the concept of DEA efficiency, a new characteristic function is presented, and then using ...  Read More

Game theory
Optimizing the Routing Problem in the Vehicle Carrying Cash Considering the Route Risk (Case Study of Bank Shahr)

Mohammad Shafiekhani; Alireza Rashidi Komijan; Hassan Javanshir

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 November 2022

https://doi.org/10.22105/jarie.2022.359897.1503

Abstract
  The process of transferring money from the treasury to the branches and returning it at specific and limited periods is one of the applications of the Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP). Many parameters affect it but choosing the right route is the most key parameter so that the money delivery process is ...  Read More

Game theory
An interactive approach for solving multi-objective nonlinear programming and its application to cooperative continuous static games

Hamiden Abdelwahed Khalifa

Volume 5, Issue 4 , December 2018, , Pages 296-305

https://doi.org/10.22105/jarie.2018.151038.1058

Abstract
  In this paper, an interactive approach for solving multi- objective nonlinear programming (MONLP) problem is introduced. This approach is combined with the Reference Direction (RD) introduced by Narula et al. (1993) and the Attainable Reference Point (ARP) method introduced by Wang et al. (2001). In ...  Read More