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  | ARTICLES | Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci. Volume 10,  Issue 6, Pages 228-236 (June 2020)
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American Journal of innovative
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| Watu Malu Wembonyama Cécile 1.2* | Tshintshiompo Lukwikila Christian 3 | Hupkens Emeline 2 | Rupas Kanteng Serge 4 | Mbiyangandu Kadiata Marcel 1. 2 | McEntee Kathleen 2 | and | Kalenga Muenze Kayamba Prosper 1 |

Affiliation.

1. Département des Sciences Biomédicales | Faculté de Médecine | Université de Lubumbashi | Lubumbashi | Haut - Katanga | R.D. Congo |
2. Laboratoire de Physiologie et de Pharmacologie
| Faculté de Médecine Université Libre de Bruxelles | Bruxelles | Belgique |
3. Ecole de Santé Publique
| Université de Lubumbashi | Lubumbashi | Haut - Katanga | R.D. Congo |
4. Chercheur indépendant
| Lubumbashi | Haut - Katanga | R.D. Congo |

This article is made freely available as part of this journal's Open Access: ID | Watu-Ref.1-ajira270520 |
ABSTRACT

Background: Game theory as well as cooperative game theory has played a vital role in many fields of research since its introduction within the early twentieth century. Coined by Shapley (1953), this one-point solution concept introduced in his paper has some desirable properties called efficiency, anonimity, dummy, and additivity. Methods: We study food allocation in chick broods from the attitude of cooperative theory of games. We would like to explore whether or not food distribution data fit into the known solution concepts of cooperative game theory to create an economic temperature within the biological field. A primary approach to be handled is that the incontrovertible fact that within the chick brood data we only see the solutions, while the starting position, the game, isn't immediately clear. In and of itself we'd like to reconstruct the game from the solutions given. A second approach is that by using the answer concepts Shapley value we would like to investigate which of those fits best. Results: The restricted structure of the brood datasets also enables the Shapley value solution concept to give a reasonable fit within a reasonable time. Conclusion: The better the game fits the solutions, the more we can trust the resulting system. Shapley value solution concept to tackle the chick brood food allocation problem. We also successfully translate the biological problem of chick’s food allocation into a cooperative game approach using various techniques known in literature.
Keywords: Player, Core, Marginals, Coalitions, Hatching, Survival rate, Parental, Standard approach, Restricted Approach.
Corresponding author Author & Copyright Author © 2020: | Watu Malu Wembonyama Cécile * |. All Rights Reserved. All articles published in American Journal of
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TAUX SERIQUES DE CHEMERINE CHEZ LES PATIENTS AVEC CARDIOMYOPATHIES NON-ISCHEMIQUES ET CHEZ LES SUJETS SANS CARDIOMYOPATHIES CLINIQUEMENT DECELABLES A LUBUMBASHI

SERUM CHEMERIN RATES IN PATIENTS WITH NON-ISCHEMIC CARDIOMYOPATHIES AND IN SUBJECTS WITHOUT CLINICALLY DETECTABLE CARDIOMYOPATHIES IN LUBUMBASHI

| Watu Malu Wembonyama Cécile 1.2* | Tshintshiompo Lukwikila Christian 3 | Hupkens Emeline 2 | Rupas Kanteng Serge 4 | Mbiyangandu Kadiata Marcel 1. 2 | McEntee Kathleen 2 | and | Kalenga Muenze Kayamba Prosper 1 |.  Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci. 2020; 10(6):228-236.

    | PDF FULL TEXT |  | XML FILE  |     | Received | May 25, 2020 | | Accepted | June 08, 2020 |  | Published | June 13, 2020 |