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Application of Game Theory To Assess Conflicting Election Strategies An Empirical Study

Vasam Nagaraju, C.Vijender, Vijayagiri Bikshapathi and P. Raja Lingam

1.Vignana Bharathi Institute of Technology, Ghatkesar,   Hyderabad,   Dept. of Statistics.  E-mail: nagaraju_stats@yahoo.com, nagaraju.stats@gmail.com,

2. SREENIDHI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,   Hyderabad, Dept. of Science and Humanities.  

E-mail:  vijenderreddychalla@gmail.com,  

3.SRR Govt. Degree & P.G. College, Karimnagar, Dept. of Commerce, Email: Bvjayagiri@yahoo.com, .

4. SRR Govt. Degree & P.G. College, Karimnagar, Dept. of Commerce, Email:  Prajalingam75@yahoo.com,

 

                                                                                                                                   

ABSTRACT

            This paper proposes about to study the winning chances of person in the public elections of a (District head quarters of Andhra Pradesh in India) under certain strategies and to test the authenticity of game theory in human being endeavors, conflicting strategy results with that of facts.  It is closely related with the strategies between a game of chance.

Keywords:  Game of chance, Optimum strategy and Public elections.

 

 

 

 


International eJournal of Mathematics and Engineering

Volume 3, Issue 5, Pages:  1875 - 1880