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From the Calculation of Combat Effectiveness Indices to the Operations Research Theory and Non-Zero-Sum Games: Scientific Legacy of Professor Yurii Borisovich Germeier

  • F. V. KostyukEmail author
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH
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Abstract

The main scientific results of Professor Yurii B. Germeier are presented, including the results of calculations of combat effectiveness indices of aviation systems and theories of non-zero-sum games, hierarchical games, reliability, and operations research. Milestones of his scientific, teaching, and life paths are listed. Directions for the further development of the Moscow school of operations research created by him are given.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are grateful to Yu.A. Flerov, A.Yu. Germeier, D.R. Gonchar, E.Yu. Gorbatova, V.A. Gorelik, N.M. Khesellink-Gorbatova, N.S. Kukushkin, I.S. Men’shikov, V.V. Morozov, N.M. Novikova, V.V. Okhrimenko, and V.V. Shevchenko for their help with the manuscript and their useful comments.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Federal Research Center “Computer Science and Control”, Russian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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