This book proposes novel methods for solving different types of non-cooperative games with interval/fuzzy/intuitionistic fuzzy
payoffs. It starts by discussing several existing methods and shows that some mathematically incorrect assumptions have been
considered in all these methods. It then proposes solutions to adapt those methods and validate the new proposed methods,
such as Gaurika method Ambika-I-IV, Mehar method and others, by using them for solving existing numerical problems. The
book offers a comprehensive guide on non-cooperative games with fuzzy payoffs to both students and researchers. It provides
them with the all the necessary tools to understand the methods and the theory behind them.