Mean-Field-Type Games in Engineering

  title={Mean-Field-Type Games in Engineering},
  author={Boualem Djehiche and Alain Tcheukam and Hamidou Tembine},
With the ever increasing amounts of data becoming available, strategic data analysis and decision-making will become more pervasive as a necessary ingredient for societal infrastructures. In many network engineering games, the performance metrics depend on some few aggregates of the parameters/choices. One typical example is the congestion field in traffic engineering where classical cars and smart autonomous driverless cars create traffic congestion levels on the roads. The congestion field… CONTINUE READING
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