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Control Design Using Differential Games – From Centralised to Decentralised Control

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A wide variety of problems can be described and studied using the framework provided by differential game theory. In terms of control design, nonzero-sum differential games are particularly useful for systems with several inputs with individual, possibly conflicting, objectives. Obtaining solutions for such problems involves solving a system of coupled partial differential equations and, in general, closed-form solutions to these cannot be obtained. For this reason, it is often necessary to settle for approximate solutions. A systematic method for constructing approximate solutions without solving partial differential equations will be presented and demonstrated by means of a variety of numerical examples. Special attention, in the form of both theoretical and experimental results, will be paid to applications involving multi-agent systems. Finally, some recent developments in the context of distributed control design will be presented.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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