The Interpretation of Discontinuous State Feedback Control Laws as Nonanticipative Control Strategies in Differential Games
In differential games, one player chooses a feedback strategy to maximize a payoff. The other player counters by applying a minimizing open loop control. Classical notions of feedback strategies, based on state feedback control laws for which the corresponding closed loop dynamics uniquely define a state trajectory, are too restrictive for many problems, owing to the absence of minimizing classical feedback strategies or because consideration of classical feedback strategies fails to define, in...[Show more]
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