• FUZZY BI-MATRIX GAME THEORY APPROACH ON ROAD ACCIDENTS

DR. D. AMSAVENI, R. DHARANI, J. TAMILMANI

Abstract


The paper is focusing on the most important domains of road accidents in India. A bi-matrix game model was used to compare the main alternatives, injuries and fatal or death. Aiming to individualized this game  is a simultaneous game for two players in which each player has a finite number of possible actions the game can be described by two matrices and  describing the payoffs for both players. There were used the concepts of content analysis in road accidents. We collected and processed a broad range of experimental data in an instructional case study for road accidents. The quantitative models allowed computing balanced strategies and deriving metrics and calculations useful for future assisted tutoring platforms. 



Keywords


Bi-matrix game, Nash equilibrium points, Fuzzy max-min solution.

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