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Stackelberg Solutions to Noncooperative Two-Level Nonlinear Programming Problems through Evolutionary Multi-Agent Systems

By Masatoshi Sakawa, Hideki Katagiri and Takeshi Matsui

Submitted: June 14th 2010Reviewed: August 24th 2010Published: April 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/15628

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Masatoshi Sakawa, Hideki Katagiri and Takeshi Matsui (April 1st 2011). Stackelberg Solutions to Noncooperative Two-Level Nonlinear Programming Problems through Evolutionary Multi-Agent Systems, Multi-Agent Systems - Modeling, Control, Programming, Simulations and Applications, Faisal Alkhateeb, Eslam Al Maghayreh and Iyad Abu Doush, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/15628. Available from:

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