This talk will be a general and elementary presentation of Mean Field Games (MFG in short), a new class of mathematical models and problems introduced and studied in collaboration with Jean-Michel Lasry. Roughly speaking, MFG are mathematical models that aim to describe the behavior of a very large number of “agents” who optimize their decisions while taking into account and interacting with the other agents. We shall present several (simple) examples of applications of such models.
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Vortrag in englischer Sprache
07/19/2017 18:00 - 07/19/2017 19:30
all interested persons
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