Multi-Controller Strategies for Systems with Discrete Acquired and Biased Prior Information.
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA COORDINATED SCIENCE LAB
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A dynamic system, when controlled by several independent controllers each seeking to minimize a different performance index, is called a differential game and the controllers are usually referred to as players. There are many potential applications of differential game theory where not all of the players can acquire continuous measurements of the systems state vector, and where not every player has prior information of the performance indices of all other players. This work is concerned with studying problems associated with the acquired and prior information in deterministic nonzero-sum differential game theory. Problems where some players design open-loop and others closed-loop Nash controls are considered and necessary conditions for the existence of such controls are derived. Author
- Theoretical Mathematics
- Operations Research