Regularization and Approximation Methods in Stackelberg Games and Bilevel Optimization
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KeywordsTwo-stage Stackelberg game; bilevel optimization; pessimistic and optimistic problem; intermediate Stackelberg problem; subgame perfect Nash equilibrium; existence and stability of solutions; constructive selection method; follower's optimal reaction set approximation; approximate solution; viscosity solution; follower's payoff function approximation; Tikhonov method; proximal regularization; cost-to-move.;
NEP fieldsThis paper has been announced in the following NEP Reports:
- NEP-GTH-2019-09-30 (Game Theory)
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