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Economic benefit evaluation of water resources allocation in transboundary basins based on particle swarm optimization algorithm and cooperative game model—A case study of Lancang-Mekong River Basin

The present research seeks to find the most effective Nash Equilibrium solution in the traditional Game Theory approach, which also applies to water resource allocation. This paper introduces Particle Swarm Optimization (Particle Swarm Optimization) into GT to demonstrate a cooperative game strategy to solve the NE problem. First, the PSO algorithm's basic theory and cooperative game scheme are discussed. This paper explores each country's water use and economic benefits under different cooperation schemes, instead of treating the countries in Lancang Mekong River Basin as the study object. The PSO-based cooperative game model's average server occupancy time is 78. 46% lower than that of GA, and the average waiting time is 72. 4 percent lower than that of the GA. In addition, the multi-country cooperation model can yield greater economic returns than the traditional water resource development model.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0265350


Effect of game-based high-intensity interval training program on the executive function of children with ADHD: Protocol of a randomized controlled trial

Children with ADHD often have impaired executive function, which is closely linked to the onset of the common behavioral difficulties such as inattention, decreased inhibition, and hyperactivity. Compared to a traditional structured aerobic exercise regimen and a non-treatment control group, the aim of this research is to determine whether a game-based high-intensity interval training service could enhance the executive function of children with ADHD. However, research has yet to determine whether children with ADHD's executive function can be efficiently enhanced by HIIT. The present findings, as hypothesized, GameHIIT program improves the outcomes for children with ADHD, will inform the design of targeted exercise plans that can be more widely used with this population.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0272121


Range dependent expected utility theory based model for NIMBY conflicts in China: An evolutionary game analysis

First of all, a game model constructed under emotion's influence is created by using Range Dependent Expected Utility theory and emotional function. The evolutionary findings reveal that if one party has an optimistic mood, equilibrium evolves to a more stable state; when one party's pessimistic mood prevails, the more likely it will contribute to NIMBY tensions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0271120


Examination of differential ratings of perceived exertion (dRPE) during bio-banded small-sided games

The purpose of the current research was to investigate the use of dRPE with academy soccer players in the United States; one investigates the effects of intra and inter-individual variability, as well as the consequences of maturation and bio-banding. SD age 12. 9 0. 9 years, body mass 46. 4 8. 5 kg, and stature 158. 2 14. 9 cm academy soccer players from two English professional male soccer academies varies from 32 heavily trained under U12 to U14 soccer players, and body mass 46. 4 8. 5 kg, with stature 158. 2 14. 9 cm academy soccer players from two English professional male soccer academies. Pre-PHV players had higher dRPE among their post-PHV counterparts when using mixed and fixed effect regression models. We've found that pre-PHV players have higher subjective measures of exertion than post-PHV players during an extensive study of bio-banding SSG design.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0270259


Mental health literacy of Internet gaming disorder and problematic smartphone use among Korean teenagers

The last few decades have seen an increasing interest in u2018Mental Health Literacy u2019, which addresses knowledge and beliefs related to mental health issues, as well as treatment-seeking behaviors. The aim of this research was to develop an MHL questionnaire for IGD and PSU in Korean teenagers by adopting the MHL approach in the previous literature and investigating MHL of IGD and PSU in Korean teenagers by focusing on their ability to detect heroin use, misgivings, and help-seeking attitudes toward a person with addictive problems. Teenagers had greater awareness of IGD than PSU, and it was found that a person with IGD has a longer life than a person with PSU, according to the latest report. Both IGD and PSU's MHL were found by empirical results to back up the need to develop educational services to support Korean teenagers' MHL for both IGD and PSU.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0270988


Visual occlusion effects on youth football players’ performance during small-sided games

This research sought to see how physical, educational, and positional results of youth players may be affected by visual occlusion when playing under varying SSG pitch sizes. Two experimental scenarios were conducted: a normal situation without visual occlusion; b visual occlusion; and b visual occlusion by using an eye patch in the eye nearest to the dominant foot. Visual occlusion was found with no statistically significant differences between the normal and visual occlusion conditions for tactical development and technical success. A lower number of successful passes with smaller to moderate effect sizes and greater regularity in the distance to the opponents team centroid moderate effect size were found with visual occlusion, although no statistically significant differences were found between the normal and visual occlusion conditions for the tactical behavior and technical results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0268715


Game modelling and stability strategy research on distributed leadership pattern: A tripartite evolutionary game perspective

According to the study, distributed leadership reveals that accountability and power are not limited to one particular leader alone, but rather among formal and informal leaders. The decision-making behavior of team members can play a vital role in improving coordination and team success. Nonetheless, no attention has been paid to investigating the underlying mechanisms that govern how people in a team work to create efficient collaboration and raise team results. The simulation results show that the formal leader's promotion of effective communication and teamwork in distributed leadership styles is critical to foster optimal coordination and teamwork.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0271721

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