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- Rabih Salhab, Roland P. Malhamé, Jerome Le Ny
- CDC
- 2015

Inspired by successful biological collective decision mechanisms such as honey bees searching for a new colony or the collective navigation of fish schools, we consider a mean field games (MFG)-like scenario where a large number of agents have to make a choice among a set of different potential target destinations. Each individual both influences and is… (More)

- Rabih Salhab, Roland P. Malhamé, Jerome Le Ny
- CDC
- 2014

Inspired by successful biological collective decision mechanisms such as honey bees searching for a new colony or the collective navigation of fish schools, we consider a mean field games (MFG) scenario producing decentralized homing decisions in large multi-agent systems. For our setup, we show that given an initial distribution of the agents, many… (More)

- Rabih Salhab, Roland P. Malhamé, Jerome Le Ny
- ArXiv
- 2016

We consider within the framework of the Mean Field Games theory a dynamic discrete choice model with social interactions, where a large number of agents/players are choosing between two alternatives while influenced by the group’s behavior. We introduce the “Min-LQG” optimal control problem, a modified Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) optimal control problem… (More)

- Rabih Salhab, Jerome Le Ny, Roland P. Malhamé
- ArXiv
- 2016

We consider a dynamic collective choice problem where a large number of players are cooperatively choosing between multiple destinations while being influenced by the behavior of the group. For example, in a robotic swarm exploring a new environment, a robot might have to choose between multiple sites to visit, but at the same time it should remain close to… (More)

- Rabih Salhab, Roland P. Malhamé, Jerome Le Ny
- CDC
- 2016

We consider within the framework of Mean Field Games theory a dynamic discrete choice model with an advertiser, where a large number of minor agents (e.g., consumers) are choosing between two predefined alternatives while influenced by social and advertisement effects. For example, in schools, teenagers’ decisions to smoke are considerably affected by their… (More)

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