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    Let G = (σ , μ ) be a fuzzy graph on V . Let x , y ϵ V we say that x dominates y in G if μ (x , y) =σ (x) ᴧ σ (y). ... 2 , 1 , 1.5 , 0 , 1 , 0 ,1.5 } = 2 P= ...

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    Problem 4: Let A1 = (4 −3 10 0) and A2 = −A1 + (2 2 2 2). The expected payoff to P1 is then xTA 1y, and the expected payoff to P2 is xTA 2y = −xTA1y +2. From ...

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    The general form of the system (9) show that γ = fz(N2 2). During the ϵ0 order, it leads to: ... 2 2.5 3 N 2 N 1 k 1 =1 d=1 k=1.5 l=0.2 e=0.001 s=0.1 g=9.81 ´ 10-4 ...

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