B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
This report covers the information learned while studying transshipment games over the course of Spring 2019. This begins with explaining the definition of a transshipment game as well as how the Shapley Value functions as an analysis tool for these types of games. Part of the project involved creating a Matlab program to calculate the Shapley Values of a game with certain parameters, the process of which is described in the report. The research and program portions both contribute to the results section, where some observations about transshipment games and Shapley Values are discussed.
Wasilewski, Patrick, "Supply Chain Network Optimization for Efficient and Resilient Network Pooling" (2019). Student Engagement Projects. 79.
Student Engagement Fund
Northern Illinois University
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SEF Final Report - Spring 2019