Linear Discrete-Time Set-Valued Pareto-Nash-Stackelberg Control and Its Principles
In this chapter, game and control concepts that are examined in the precedent chapters are unified in unique mathematical models based on a foundation of set-valued mappings. New solutions concepts are inherent and they are introduced. After concept definitions and problem formulations, methods for their computing are examined.
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