Cooperative Stochastic Differential Games by David W.K. Yeung

By David W.K. Yeung

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3 Cooperative Differential Games in Characteristic Function Form The noncooperative games discussed in Chapter 2 fail to reflect all the facets of optimal behavior in an n-person game. In particular, equilibria in noncooperative games do not take into consideration Pareto efficiency or group optimality. In this chapter, we consider cooperative differential games in characteristic function form. 1 Cooperative Differential Games in Characteristic Function Form We begin with the basic formulation of cooperative differential games in characteristic function form and the solution imputations.

Derive a Nash equilibrium for the above infinite-horizon stochastic differential game. 3 Cooperative Differential Games in Characteristic Function Form The noncooperative games discussed in Chapter 2 fail to reflect all the facets of optimal behavior in an n-person game. In particular, equilibria in noncooperative games do not take into consideration Pareto efficiency or group optimality. In this chapter, we consider cooperative differential games in characteristic function form. 1 Cooperative Differential Games in Characteristic Function Form We begin with the basic formulation of cooperative differential games in characteristic function form and the solution imputations.

Ui . . , φ∗i−1 (t, x) , ui (t, x) , φ∗i+1 (t, x) , . . , φ∗n (t, x) +Vxi (t, x) f [t, x, φ∗1 (t, x) , φ∗2 (t, x) , . . . , φ∗i−1 (t, x) , ui (t, x) , φ∗i+1 (t, x) , . . , φ∗n (t, x) = g i [t, x, φ∗1 (t, x) , φ∗2 (t, x) , . . , φ∗n (t, x)] +Vxi (t, x) f [t, x, φ∗1 (t, x) , φ∗2 (t, x) , . . , φ∗n (t, x)] , V i (T, x) = q i (x) , i ∈ N. Proof. 1, V i (t, x) is the value function associated with the optimal control problem of Player i, i ∈ N . 3 imply a Nash equilibrium. 45) in which the payoff of Player 1 is the negative of that of Player 2.

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