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73-77] are valid also for quasimotions. 4. Saddle Point Properties of ra The saddle point has certain useful properties. 5. 14) for all quasimotions x[t, to, xo, Uo], x[t, to, xo, Uo, VO],x[t, to, xo, VO], to < t Proof. < 8. Necessity. 15) , < t < 8. 5) q x c e , to, xo, UO, VO-J) < F , = F* < q x c e , to, xo, U O ,~ 0 3 . Hence F ( X [ ~to, , x0, Uo, VO]) = F , = F*. 14). 10) proves that for any quasimotions x[t, to, xo, U o , VO], to < t < 8, the value of the game is unique and equal to F(x[B,to,xo, Uo, VO]) = F , = F*.
And V in the class of quasimotions with natural (see sec. 2) substitution of quasimotions for corresponding motions. 2 (existence of saddle point) is formulated assuming that the players’ strategies are constrained by U t u(t, x) c H and V t v(t, x) G Q. If the strategies are additionally subject to mutual constraints, for example, meet the requirement that g(x[O, to, x,,, U , > 0, where g is a scalar function defined over R”, a saddle point may not necessarily exist. 4. a) the dynamic system 72 is described by a system of two “separable” equations: 3.
8) is determined by the following assertion. 1. 12), respectively. 1 = max rnin F(xC8, to, xo, V]) VEYr F(x) x~~~e,t,,x~,v~i = F*. xI . 4) xce, to, x0, u0,vO1= x ~ eto,, x0, uO1n X C O ,to, xO7~ 0 1 , where the transition (2) is obvious. 2. [43, p. 451. 1 =max F(x)[B, to, x o , V O ] = ) rnin max F(xC8, to, xo, U]) = F,. 8). ] is referred to [43, p. 2. 2) be satisjed. 8) there exists a saddle point (U", V"). 3. 2) for motions is given in [43, p. 73-77] and follows from the theorem of the alternative only.