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3. Derivation of open-loop equilibria in nonzero-sum deterministic differential games first appeared in Berkovitz (1964) and Ho et al. (1965), with open-loop and feedback Nash equilibria in nonzero-sum deterministic differential games being presented in Case (1967, 1969) and Starr and Ho (1969a and 1969b). A detailed account of applications of open-loop equilibria in economic and management science can be found in Dockner et al. (2000). 2 Closed-loop Nash Equilibria Under the memoryless perfect state information, the players’ information structures follow the pattern η i (s) = {x0 , x (s)}, s ∈ [t0 , T ].

67) in which the payoff of Player 1 is the negative of that of Player 2. Under either MPS or CLPS information pattern, a Nash equilibrium solution can be characterized as follows. 2. 67) if there exists a function V : [t0 , T ] × Rm → R satisfying the partial differential equation: −Vt − 1 2 n Ω hζ (t, x) Vxh xζ h,ζ=1 = min1 max2 {g [t, x, u1 , u2 ] + Vx f [t, x, u1 , u2 ]} u1 ∈S u2 ∈S = max2 min1 {g [t, x, u1 , u2 ] + Vx f [t, x, u1 , u2 ]} = u2 ∈S u1 ∈S {g [t, x, φ∗1 (t, x) , φ∗2 (t, x)] + Vx f [t, x (t) φ∗1 (t, x) , φ∗2 (t, x)]} , V (T, x) = q (x) .

N (s, ηs )] , x (s) = x; and ηs stands for either the data set {x (s) , x0 } or {x (τ ) , τ ≤ s}, depending on whether the information pattern is MPS or CLPS. 28 2 Deterministic and Stochastic Differential Games One salient feature of the concept introduced above is that if an n-tuple {φ∗i ; i ∈ N } provides a feedback Nash equilibrium solution (FNES) to an N person differential game with duration [t0 , T ], its restriction to the time interval [t, T ] provides an FNES to the same differential game defined on the shorter time interval [t, T ], with the initial state taken as x (t), and this being so for all t0 ≤ t ≤ T .

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