[Naoyuki Kamiyama] Deepening of Discrete Mathematical Theories for Optimization of Urban and Social Systems

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Naoyuki Kamiyama
Kyushu University
Associate Professor
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The targets of this research are problem-solving mathematical models that can solve mathematically vague problems in the real world by formulating them as mathematical problems.
Such mathematical models commonly have discrete structures. Discrete mathematical theories such as discrete optimization, graph theory, and computational complexity theory play important roles for solving problems related to mathematical models with discrete structures. The goals of this research are to deepening such discrete mathematical theories and to apply them to problems of designing better urban and social systems such as mechanism design and optimization of traffic flow.

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