A Coordinated Stable-Effective Compromises Based Methodology of Design and Control in Multi-object Systems

  • Evgeny M. VoronovEmail author
  • Vladimir A. Serov
Part of the Studies in Systems, Decision and Control book series (SSDC, volume 174)


In article the game hierarchical approach based optimization methodology of smart electromechanical systems group control with the principle of the coordinated stable-effective compromises application is developed. The problem of optimization of group control is decomposed into classes of problems of local, distributed and hierarchical control, taking into account structural and functional inconsistency, conflict, multicriteria, and uncertainty. Such structuring allows to consider different conditions of conflict group interaction of subsystems. The principle of coordinated stable-effective compromises, generalizing the Stackelberg hierarchical equilibrium principle, is formulated. The guaranteeing properties of stable-effective control laws are investigated.


Group control Smart electromechanical system (SEM) Conflict Uncertainty Multi-object multi-criteria system (MMS) Hierarchical system Coordinated stable-effective compromise (COSTEC) Structural adaptation 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bauman Moscow State Technical UniversityMoscowRussia
  2. 2.Russian Technological University (MIREA)MoscowRussia

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