Minimax

Minimax (sometimes MinMax or MM) is a decision rule used in decision theory, game theory, statistics and philosophy for minimizing the possible loss for a worst case (maximum loss) scenario. Alternatively, it can be thought of as maximizing the minimum gain (maximin or MaxMin). Originally formulated for two-player zero-sum game theory, covering bo...
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Minimax

[Spanish TV channel] Minimax was first aired in Spain in 1993 and encrypted using the Nagravision encryption system from the SES Satellites 1B and 1C at 19.2 degrees east. The channel was part of the Canal Satellite Espa├▒a (now Canal+) channel bundle, which included CineMania, CineClassics, Documania and later SportMania. In 1996, Minimax ...
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Minimax

[TV channel] Minimax is a Central European cartoon channel which has been broadcast in Hungary since 1996; Romania since 2001; Czech Republic and Slovakia since 2003 and Serbia since 2007 also in Slovenia since 2010. Earlier, since 1996 - 2004 it has been broadcast in Poland. In Hungary, as of April, 2007, it timeshares the channel slot wit...
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Minimax

The objective is, itself, the value of another mathematical program: f(x) = Sup{F(x, y): y in Y(x), G(x, y)
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