2 edition of propensity to disrupt and the disruption nucleolus in a characteristic function game found in the catalog.
propensity to disrupt and the disruption nucleolus in a characteristic function game
S. C. Littlechild
by University of Aston in Birmingham Management Centre in Birmingham
Written in English
|Statement||by S.C. Littlechild and K.G. Vaidya.|
|Series||Working Paper Series -- 37.|
|Contributions||Vaidya, K G.|
On the Nucleolus of a Characteristic Function Game SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 20 (January ): 62– Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. , February Nucleolar Dynamics under Stress Conditions. The main function of the nucleolus is the rapid production of small and large ribosome subunits, a process that must be highly regulated to achieve proper cellular proliferation and cell growth (Lempiainen and Shore, ).Many aspects of nucleolar organization and function are conserved within eukaryotic organisms, from yeast to human (Kressler .
Deﬁnition (Nucleolus) Let (N,v)be a TU game. The nucleolus is the set of im-putations xsuch that for every objection (P,y), there ex-ists a counter-objection (Q,y). M.J. Osborne and A. Rubinstein. A course in game theory, MIT Press, , Section Stéphane Airiau (ILLC) - Cooperative Games Lecture 5: The nucleolus 9 a detour: core. The fundamental process of protein quality control in the nucleus is not well understood. The nucleus contains several non–membrane-bound subcompartments forming liquid-like condensates. The largest of these is the nucleolus, the site of ribosome biogenesis. Frottin et al. found that metastable nuclear proteins that misfold upon heat stress enter the nucleolus. In the nucleolus, they avoid.
The nucleolus of a characteristic function. changes in the propensity of other players to participate to the game. We display several algorithms that show that the problem is often tractable. As a result of reduced mTOR activity, the function of mitochondria, the cellular power plants, is disrupted. This functional disruption causes oxidative stress within the cell; highly reactive oxygen compounds accumulate and cause damage to a multitude of molecules in the cell. “Defective nucleoli apparently cause oxidative stress in cells.
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Abstract. Gately  recently introduced the concept of an individual player's “propensity to disrupt” a payoff vector in a three-person characteristic function game.
As a generalisation of this concept we propose the “disruption nucleolus” of ann-person properties and computational possibilities of this concept are analogous to those of the nucleolus by: The propensity to disrupt and the disruption nucleolus of a characteristic function game.
By K.G. Vaidya and S.C. Littlechild. Abstract. Gately  recently introduced the concept of an individual player's “propensity to disrupt” a payoff vector in a three-person characteristic function game. As a generalisation of this concept we Author: K.G. Vaidya and S.C. Littlechild. Littlechild S.C.
and Vaidya K.G. () "The propensity to disrupt and the disruption nucleolus of a characteristic function game", Int. Journal of Game Theory 5(2), pp. Staudacher J. and Anwander J. () "Conditions for the uniqueness of the Gately point for cooperative games", arXiv preprint, arXiv, 10 pages.
Chapter (peer-reviewed) ; Working paper ; Book ; Editorial ; Commissioned report ; 88 Other report ; 78 Abstract ; 67 Book/Film/Article review. () Computing the nucleolus when the characteristic function is given implicitly: A constraint generation approach. International Journal of Game Theory() A simple procedure to compute the nucleolus of Γ-component additive by: Littlechild, S.
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The problem of fair allocation of joint costs was considered by the TVA in the 's, in relation to apportioning costs of dam systems among participatory uses. Methods proposed to solve this problem foreshadowed various game theory solution concepts including the core, a special case of the nucleolus, and the imputation which minimizes the maximum propensity to disrupt.
Littlechild, S. and Vaidja, K. () The Propensity to Disrupt and the Disruption Nucleolus of a Characteristic Function Game. Int. Numeric vector of length n representing the disruption nucleolus of the specified TU game References Littlechild S.C.
and Vaidya K.G. () "The propensity to disrupt and the disruption nucleolus of a characteristic function game", Int. Journal of Game Theory 5(2), pp. The simulation takes three hubs cooperation as an example to verify the effectiveness of the proposed methods.
The results show that the total profit increased by % and the peak load is reduced by % after optimal operation, and the modified propensity to disrupt verifies the fairness of allocation. S.C. Littlechild, K.G. VaidyaThe propensity to disrupt and the disruption nucleolus of a characteristic function game.
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Thomas King, J. E., Smith, R. The nucleolus is the most prominent structure in a cell nucleus. It is the site of ribosomal RNA (rRNA) transcription, pre-rRNA processing and ribosome subunit assembly (reviewed by Olson et al., ).The nucleolus is a dynamic structure that assembles around the clusters of rRNA gene repeats during late telophase, persists throughout interphase and then disassembles as cells enter mitosis.
The theory of disruptive innovation, introduced in these pages inhas proved to be a powerful way of thinking about innovation-driven leaders of small, entrepreneurial companies.
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The Nucleolus: The Most Prominent Nuclear Subdomain. The nucleolus, first described only 5 years after the nucleus, inis the most conspicuous and best-characterized nuclear subdomain (Figs. and ). Most mammalian cells have one to five nucleoli, which are specialized regions to µm in diameter surrounding transcriptionally.
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Forcing nucleolar disruption by anti-upstream binding factor (UBF) microinjection (in the absence of DNA damage) also causes p53 stabilization. We propose that the nucleolus is a stress sensor responsible for maintenance of low levels of p53, which are automatically elevated as soon as nucleolar function is impaired in response to stress.The nucleolus is the most prominent structure in the eukaryotic cell nucleus, with its high density and greater refractive index relative to the surrounding nucleoplasm rendering it readily detectable in cytological specimens by both light and electron microscopy (Fig.
).This structure attracted substantial interest in the early days of light microscopy due to its prominence within the cell.