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Cooperative Game Theory Tools in Coalitional Control Networks (Springer Theses)

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This book analyzes coalitional control schemes by incorporating concepts of cooperative game theory into a distributed control framework. It considers a networked architecture where the nodes are the agents and the edges are their communication links and either the agents or the links are established as the players of cooperative games related to the cost function of the coalitional schemes. The book discusses various cooperative game theory tools that are used to measure/analyze the players’ features, impose constraints on them, provide alternative methods of game computation, detect critical players inside the control scheme, and perform system partitioning of large-scale systems, such as the Barcelona drinking water network, which is described in a case study.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783030104887
ISBN-10: 3030104885
Pagini: 228
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.52 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2019
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Springer Theses

Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

 Introduction .- Cooperative Game Theory .- Coalitional Systems in Optimal Control .- The Shapley and Position Values to Design Coalitional Networks.- The Banzhaf Value as a Design Tool in Coalitional Control.-  Harsanyi Power Solutions in Coalitional Control Systems .- Detection of Critical Agents by the Position Value .-  Partitioning of Coalitional Networks by Cooperative Game Theory.- Conclusions and Future Research.

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This book analyzes coalitional control schemes by incorporating concepts of cooperative game theory into a distributed control framework. It considers a networked architecture where the nodes are the agents and the edges are their communication links and either the agents or the links are established as the players of cooperative games related to the cost function of the coalitional schemes. The book discusses various cooperative game theory tools that are used to measure/analyze the players’ features, impose constraints on them, provide alternative methods of game computation, detect critical players inside the control scheme, and perform system partitioning of large-scale systems, such as the Barcelona drinking water network, which is described in a case study.


Caracteristici

Nominated as an outstanding PhD thesis by the University of Seville, Spain
Reports on networked control design using game theoretic methods
Presents novel theoretical findings regarding stability Discusses several ideas to solve the combinatorial explosion problem