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On suboptimal feedback Nash controls for nonzero-sum differential games. (English) Zbl 0668.90106
Nonzero-sum differential games are primarily concerned with control situations evolving over time and are essentially competitive in nature characterized by differential equations, where there are N players, each one extremizing his individual payoff function, the dynamic situation being common to all. The Nash equilibrium strategy offers the most secure solution, because, any player is bound to lose by unilaterally deviating from his Nash control, assuming that other players, hold fast to their respective Nash controls.
91A23 Differential games (aspects of game theory)
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