Diﬀerential games through viability theory : old and recent results
AbstractThis article is devoted to a survey of results for differential games obtained through Viability Theory. We recall the basic theory for differential games (obtained in the 1990s), but we also give an overview of recent advances in the following areas : games with hard constraints, stochastic differential games, and hybrid differential games. We also discuss several applications.
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Date of creation: 2007
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Publication status: Published in Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games (2007) v.9, p.3-35
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Game theory; Differential game; viability algorithm;
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