differential game

differential game

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl ′gām]
(control systems)
A two-sided optimal control problem.
(mathematics)
A game in which the describing equations are differential equations.
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For example, for the passing situation of own ship with J = 20 ships encountered, the differential game model of this process is represented by i = 86 state variables [28].
Zaccour, "Differential game models of global environmental management," Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games, vol.
Differential game [16], as a game model in continuous time, is more suitable for the network environment of fog computing.
From the point of view of the dynamic behavior of SUs, differential game as an effective method is used to study the dynamic spectrum leasing under noncooperative model [22] and the noncooperative Stackelberg model [23].
They presented a support differential game optimization model and gave the solution of this game problem.
The topics include foundations of enterprise systems engineering and architecting, simulating enterprise architecture for a business strategy, optimal control and differential game modeling of a systems engineering process for transformation, nuclear waste management strategic framework for a large-scale government program, and modeling the nation's healthcare system as a dynamic enterprise.
Differential games of capitalism were first explored by Lancaster (1973), (3) who adopted a two player non-cooperative differential game where the workers control the share of their consumption in total output while the capitalists control the share of investment in the surplus.
Hence, in this paper I analyze the intrafirm diffusion of a new process innovation in a differential game model of an oligopoly.
The analysis is conducted in a differential game framework and compares the open-loop and feedback equilibria to the efficient outcome.
This means that methodologically we must use the extension of the standard two-stage Stackelberg game to a Stackelberg differential game; see Basar and Olsder (1995).
This paper uses a two-good, two-region differential game to explore the question: Should environmental regulations be carried out locally or centrally?
Many discrete and differential game models are constructed to investigate advertising in recent years.

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