Minimax Program Terminal Control in Two-Level Hierarchic Nonlinear Discrete Dynamical System
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We consider a discrete dynamical system consisting of a number of controllable objects whose dynamics is governed by vector nonlinear discrete recurrent relations with control parameters and perturbations (noises). In such system, two levels of making management decisions are distinguished: the dominating (first) level and the subordinate (second) level, which have different criteria of functioning. These levels are integrated by certain information and control relations. We consider the problem of two-level minimax program terminal control in a discrete dynamical system and propose its mathematical statement and a general scheme of its solution.
Keywords and phraseshierarchic discrete dynamical system minimax program terminal control
AMS Subject Classification37N35 37N40 91A50 91A65
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