Composite games: strategies, equilibria and dynamics -- Sylvain Sorin
Monday, 23 October, 2017 - 10:30
Aula Magan Diag, Via Ariosto 25, Roma
Francisco Facchinei, email@example.com
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Time: Monday the 23rd of october, 10:30
Place: Aula Magna, DIAG
Via Ariosto 25, Roma
Composite games: strategies, equilibria and dynamics
We consider finite games : finitely many “participants » having each finitely many “choices ».
We consider three frameworks with the following types of participants:
(I) populations of nonatomic players,
(II) atomic splittable players,
(III) atomic non splittable players.
We compare and unify the basic properties, expressed through
variational inequalities, concerning equilibria,
potential games and dissipative games.
We then study the associated evolutionary dynamics.
We further extend the analysis to composite games.