Application of game theory in the modeling function of police negotiation
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Game theory is a mathematical theory of conflict situations between rational decision-makers, whose decisions affect each other. In addition, the conflict situations are characterized by two (or more) opposing sides, with antagonistic goals (mutually opposed and irreconcilable); where the result of each action of participant depends on what action the opponent will choose. Due to the antagonism of parties objectives involved in the negotiations, negotiation is particularly suitable for modeling activities by means of the theory of games. Of special interest to the police organization is the police negotiation organization. In this context, this paper focuses on the modeling of police negotiation through the game theory.
Keywords:game theory / police negotiation / mathematical modeling
Source:Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance. Vol. 1 / International Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days", Belgrade, 1-2 March 2013 ; [organized by] Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies ; [editors Dragana Kolarić ... et al.] = Tematski zbornik radova međunarodnog značaja. Tom 1 / Međunarodni naučni skup "Dani Arčibalda Rajsa", Beograd, 1-2. mart 2013. ; [organizator] Kriminalističko-policijska akademija ; [urednici Dragana Kolarić ... et al.], 2013, 23-30
- Belgrade : Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies ; Beograd : Kriminalističko-policijska akademija