By Andrzej S. Nowak, Krzysztof Szajowski
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3 Assumptions and Preliminary Results In this paper we use the same notation for a sub-stochastic kernel and for the “expectation operator” with respect to this kernel, that means: If (Y, σY ) and (Z, σZ ) are standard Borel spaces, v : Y × Z → R a σ Y×Z measurable function, and q a sub-stochastic kernel from (Y, σ Y ) to (Z, σ Z ), then we put qv(y) := q(dz|y)v(y, z), Z for all y ∈ Y, if this integral is well-defined. We assume in the following that u and v are universally measurable functions for which the corresponding integrals are well-defined.
U(1) + 1−β 1−β ✷ Proof. 1). 1 first with Q ≡ 0 and then use induction to conclude that Ln 0 satisfies (i) and (ii) for all n ≥ 1. But Ln 0 is the optimal n-day reward for the dynamic programming problem and converges pointwise to V . 1 because Ln 0 does for all n. Equality (7) now follows from part (i) of the lemma and the Bellman equation. ✷ Consider next the proportional-rewards game. Because larger bids result in larger portions of the good, a player can guarantee the largest portion only by making the largest possible bid – except when he or she has all the money.
1. For β≤ u(1) − u(1/2) 2u(1) − u(1/2) (6) and every x ∈ S, the bold strategies (b∞ (x), b˜ ∞ (x)) form a Nash equilibrium in the winner-takes-all game. It suffices to show that b∞ (x) is an optimal strategy for I when II plays b˜ ∞ (x). ) So assume ˜ that player II plays the action b(x) at each x. Thus player I faces a discounted dynamic programming problem with state space S, action sets Ax , x ∈ S, daily ˜ ˜ reward function r(x, ·, b(x)) and law of motion q(x, ·, b(x)). For x ∈ S and ˜ that is a ∈ Ax , let X(x, a) be a random variable with distribution q(x, a, b(x)): ˜ X(x, a) is distributed like X1 in (3) with b = b(x).
Advances in dynamic games: Applications to economics, finance, optimization by Andrzej S. Nowak, Krzysztof Szajowski