An application of dynamic Nash task assignment strategies to multi-team military air operations

  title={An application of dynamic Nash task assignment strategies to multi-team military air operations},
  author={Yong Liu and Marwan A. Simaan and Jose B. Cruz},
Dynamic task assignment is a critical issue in the control of dynamic systems that are controlled by a multi-team structure. In general, assigning a task to one team requires considering the actions taken by the other teams. An interesting example of dynamic task assignment is the deployment of resources such as in the case of teams of 9ghting units on each side during a military air operation. An initial deployment of resources and task assignments may not always result in the most desirable… CONTINUE READING


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