Multi-Objective Control of Time-Discrete Systems and Dynamic Games on Networks
In this chapter we formulate and study multi-objective discrete control problems by using game-theoretical concepts. We consider time-discrete systems with a finite set of states. The starting and the final states of the dynamical system are fixed. We assume that the dynamics of the system is controlled by p actors (players) and each of them intends to optimize his own integral-time cost of the system’s passages by a certain trajectory.
KeywordsNash Equilibrium Stationary Strategy Dynamic Game Pareto Solution Nash Strategy
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