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Modeling of processes in the tourism sector

Modeling of processes in the tourism sector

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 6 (no. 2),

In modern conditions for a number of Russian regions tourism is becoming budget. In this regard, it is of interest to the simulation of processes occurring in the tourism business, because they are affected by many random parameters, due to various economic, political, geographic, and other aspects. For improvement and development of systems for the management of tourism business systematically embeds economic mathematical apparatus in this area, because increased competitiveness requires continuous and constructive changes. Results of application of the economic mathematical apparatus allow a more systematic and internal unity to analyze and evaluate the applicability of further processes in tourism. For some economic processes typical tourist activities is that a certain effect and result from exposure to any of the factors on the indicators of the processes is not immediately but gradually, after some certain time, with a certain lag. With the necessity of accounting for this delay has to face when developing mathematical models of tourist business processes. In this case, the simulation of such processes it is advisable to apply economic-mathematical formalism of optimal control, called game theory.

Keywords: tourism activities; game theory; economic-mathematical apparatus; management decisions; modeling

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