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Necessity of Social Distancing in Pandemic Control: A Dynamic Game Theory Approach

We model a society with two types of citizens: healthy and vulnerable individuals. While both types can be exposed to the virus and contribute to its spread, the vulnerable people tend to be more cautious as being exposed to the virus can be fatal …


Opinion Dynamics Control in a Social Network with a Communication Structure

This paper considers a game-theoretic model of external control influence on opinion dynamics and reached consensus in a social network. The network participants are linked through an arbitrary communication graph. The goal of control is to keep …


An Evolutionary Approach to Pollution Control in Competitive Markets

We consider a large population of firms in a market environment. The firms are divided into a finite set of types, with each type being characterized by a distinct private cost function. Moreover, the firms generate an external cost like pollution …


A New Evolutionary Game Analysis for Industrial Pollution Management Considering the Central Government’s Punishment

This study conducts a new evolutionary game analysis for industrial pollution management under dynamic punishment mechanism (DPM), in which the central government’s punishment to the local government is taken into consideration. Then, we compared …


Newton’s Method, Bellman Recursion and Differential Dynamic Programming for Unconstrained Nonlinear Dynamic Games

Dynamic games arise when multiple agents with differing objectives control a dynamic system. They model a wide variety of applications in economics, defense, energy systems and etc. However, compared to single-agent control problems, the …

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Dynamic Games and Applications is devoted to the development of all classes of dynamic games, namely, differential games, discrete-time dynamic games, evolutionary games, repeated and stochastic games, and their applications in all fields, including:

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