Partially informed agents can form a swarm in a nash equilibrium
Ozguler, A. B.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
3089 - 3094
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Foraging swarms in one-dimensional motion with incomplete position information are studied in the context of a noncooperative differential game. In this game, the swarming individuals act with partial information as it is assumed that each agent knows the positions of only the adjacent ones. It is shown that a Nash equilibrium solution that exhibits many features of a foraging swarm such as movement coordination, self-organization, stability, and formation control exists. © 1963-2012 IEEE.
Dynamic game theory
Dynamic multi-agent systems