Zielona Góra: Uniwersytet Zielonogórski
Kazienko, Przemysław - ed.
Sufficient conditions are formulated for Nash implementation of a regular and isolated solution to a coordination problem. An equilibrium design procedure is proposed and applied as an analytic tool in a study of mechanism design games. In the setting considered the well-known fact is demonstrated that gains from reaching a desired solution to a coordination problem in a Nash equilibrium point need not balance the overall costs of its implementation.
Nash equilibrium
Nash equilibrium design and price-based coordination in hierarchical systems
asymmetric information
eng
coordination in hierarchical systems
https://www.amcs.uz.zgora.pl/?action=paper&paper=662
Karpowicz, Michał P.
However, it is also demonstrated how these costs can be distributed among the agents and related to the particular organization of interactions in the system. Finally, application of the developed framework in the field of Internet traffic engineering is presented.
This paper deals with the problem of designing Nash equilibrium points in noncooperative games in which agents anticipate values of Lagrange multipliers coordinating their payoff functions. The addressed model of agents? interactions, referred to as the price-anticipation game, is studied within the framework of coordination and mechanism design theory for hierarchical systems.
AMCS, Volume 22, Number 4 (2012)
2012
Biblioteka Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego
decentralized control
2012
artykuł
Cordón, Oskar - ed.