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Cl. a. E {1,2, ... N}, then ya. + t E T(B/L (C ),y ) Cl. Cl. + grad ( y ) • t C Cl. Cl. Cl. 0 (;;;,) where (;) Cl. Cl. T ( B(C1, C ) , and E Cl. Cl. grad ( y ) • t Ol Cl. Cl. Cl. Cl. ) Cl. on T(B{'C;) ,C ). Cl. Cl. Cl. 9. Theorem 3 = (xlOCI. ,xl) Let yl Cl. E L (C), Cl. consider an optimal a-path Cl. E ~, C Cl. a. E {1,2, ••. N} Cl. r (y * ,y i ,s * ) emanating from y i a a a. Theorem 2 we have r ( y* ,yi , s * ) c a. L ( a. a such that sC s* yN E u. (i ,s) Ry, and Cl. = (x oa' x) a. From ca.

C (). X E na' namely v* (x) = ca } oa + a G, X a E { 1 ,2, •.. N} . E(). ( C(). ) will be called an a- surface of the game. v* and v*(). Note that, in the definitions of E(C) and E(). (C), (). a= 1,2, ... N, are mappings X-+- nand X-+- n(). , a= 1,2, ... N, respectively. In connection with the definition of E(C), C = we shall define the sets A/E(C) and B/E(C) by A/E(C) = {y = (x0 ,x): (x0 ,x) E Q x X, x0 + v*(x) > C} B/E(C) = x0 N, x) E 3 a E { 1 ,2, ••• N } , A point (c 1 ,c 2 , ... ) a a X oa n X X, + V* ( x) } ().

0. I may be factored into Q. =C. C. ,A) are all completely observable. I It is well known that given a scalar criterion, say J(u, i,x ) , the 0 optimal control, the associated trajectory and the minimal value of the performance criterion are given in terms of the optimal gain matrix Ki (t) which is the solution of the Riccati matrix differential equation T K. +A K. K. + Q. I (3) satisfying the terminal condition K. I The optimal control is -1 T R. B I K. )x , I X I 0 (6) and the minimal value of the performance criterion is J(u 0 , i ,x )- 21 XT K.

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