Distributed Population Dynamics: Optimization and Control Applications

@article{BarreiroGomez2017DistributedPD,
  title={Distributed Population Dynamics: Optimization and Control Applications},
  author={Julian Barreiro-Gomez and German D. Obando and Nicanor Quijano},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems},
  year={2017},
  volume={47},
  pages={304-314}
}
Population dynamics have been widely used in the design of learning and control systems for networked engineering applications, where the information dependency among elements of the network has become a relevant issue. Classic population dynamics (e.g., replicator, logit choice, Smith, and projection) require full information to evolve to the solution (Nash equilibrium). The main reason is that classic population dynamics are deduced by assuming well-mixed populations, which limits the… CONTINUE READING
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