Journal of Dynamics & Games
October 2019 , Volume 6 , Issue 4
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We construct asymptotically optimal strategies in two-player zero-sum repeated games with incomplete information on both sides in which stages have vanishing weights. Our construction, inspired in Heuer (IJGT 1992), proves the convergence of the values for these games, thus extending the results established by Mertens and Zamir (IJGT 1971) for
In this paper we introduce a game whose value functions converge (as a parameter that measures the size of the steps goes to zero) uniformly to solutions to the second order Pucci maximal operators.
This paper builds on the work of Degond, Herty and Liu in [
The recently developed mean-field game models of corruption and bot-net defence in cyber-security, the evolutionary game approach to inspection and corruption, and the pressure-resistance game element, can be combined under an extended model of interaction of large number of indistinguishable small players against a major player, with focus on the study of security and crime prevention. In this paper we introduce such a general framework for complex interaction in network structures of many players, that incorporates individual decision making inside the environment (the mean-field game component), binary interaction (the evolutionary game component), and the interference of a principal player (the pressure-resistance game component). To perform concrete calculations with this overall complicated model, we suggest working, in sequence, in three basic asymptotic regimes; fast execution of personal decisions, small rates of binary interactions, and small payoff discounting in time.
This paper is concerned with the Markovian feedback strategies of piecewise deterministic differential games and their applications to business and management decision-making problems that involve multiple agents and continuous and impulse controls. For a class of piecewise deterministic differential games in finite or infinite horizons we formulate conditions for the value functions in the form of quasi-variational inequalities, prove a verification theorem, and derive a criterion for the Markovian regime change in certain case. These results are applied to a technology adoption problem that involves multiple companies engaged in extraction of an exhaustible resource with different technologies. Using the model proposed by Long et al in [
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