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Three. < 118 M. Margiocco and L. Pusillo t s r 1 2 ←1 1 determine 2. four. ( , η)wSE = (x, y) ∈ [0, 1) × [0, +∞) : x−x 2 η(x+1)+1 ≥ n+1+ √η+1 2η2 +3η+1 − , y ∈ [0, η(x + 1)] . we will be able to see that the habit of Stackelberg approximate equilibria is especially diversified from that of Nash approximate ones. the subsequent theorem provides us a metric characterization of Stackelberg wellposedness. Theorem 2. eleven. permit X, Y be metric areas. imagine that there exists a different wSE (x, y). G is wSwp ⇔ diam(( , η)wSE ∪ (x, y)) → zero if ( , η) → (0, 0). think that there exists a different sSE (x, ˜ y). ˜ G is sSwp ⇔ diam(( , η)sSE ∪ (x, ˜ y)) ˜ → zero if ( , η) → (0, 0). evidence. “⇐”. permit (xn , yn ) be a susceptible maximizing Stackelberg series, (xn , yn ) ∈ ( n , ηn )wSE, ∀n with ( n , ηn ) → (0, 0). So zero ≤ dist((xn , yn ), (x, y)) ≤ diam((( n , ηn )wSE) ∪ (x, y)). “⇒”. via contradiction allow us to feel that diam(( , η)wSE ∪ (x, y)) → zero whilst ( , η) → (0, 0). So there are ( n , ηn ) → (0, zero) s. t. diam(( n , ηn )wSE ∪ (x, y)) → zero, Stackelberg Well-Posedness and Hierarchical strength video games 119 identifying a subsequence, whether it is priceless, it seems that diam(( , η)wSE ∪ (x, y)) → > zero, so ∀n ∈ N we elect (xn , yn ) ∈ ( n , ηn )wSE s. t. dist((xn . yn ), (x, y)) > diam(( n , ηn )wSE ∪ (x, y)) − 1/n. diam(( n , ηn )wSE ∪ (x, y)) − 1/n < dist((xn , yn ), (x, y)) < diam(( n , ηn )wSE ∪ (x, y)), from which dist((xn , yn ), (x, y)) → . simply because (xn , yn ) ∈ ( n , ηn )wSE via definition it's a susceptible maximizing Stackelberg series yet no longer converging. this is often absurd. In an identical approach we will end up powerful well-posedness. See [13] for the same end result utilized to variational inequalities. ✷ the subsequent examples convey that there are video games that are wSwp yet no longer sSwp and conversely, so, regularly, there is not any hyperlink among susceptible and powerful well-posedness no matter if the set of robust Stackelberg equilibria is equal to that of vulnerable equilibria and it's a singleton. instance 2. 12. permit G1 = (X, Y, f1 , g1 ), X = Y = (0, 1].  2  x −x f1 (x, y) = x 2 − x + (2x + 1 − x 2 )(y − x)/(1 − x)  2 if y < x if y ≥ x, x = 1 if (x, y) = (1, 1) g1 (x, y) = min(y/x, 1). now we have wSE = sSE = {(1, 1)}, but this online game is sSwp and never wSwp. in truth, ˜ ≥ g(x, y) ∀y ∈ (0, 1]} RII (x) = {y˜ ∈ (0, 1] : g(x, y) = {y˜ ∈ (0, 1] : min(y/x, ˜ 1) ≥ min(y/x, 1) ∀y ∈ (0, 1]} = [x, 1], β(x) = x 2 − x if x = 1 2 if x = 1. One sees that maxβ(x) = β(x) = β(1) = 2, so {(1, 1)} is the original wSE. allow us to be certain the robust Stackelberg equilibria: γ (x) = sup f1 (x, y) = y∈[x,1] x + 1 if x = 1 . 2 if x = 1 So sSE = {(1, 1)} is a singleton and it coincides with the original wSE. We learn approximate robust and susceptible Stackelberg equilibria. RII (x,η) = {y˜ ∈ Y : y/x ≥ 1 − η} = [x(1 − η), 1] β(x, η) = inf y∈[x(1−η),1] f1 (x, y) = x 2 − x 120 M. Margiocco and L. Pusillo C B A determine 2. five. √ √ 1+ 1−4 ( , η)wSE = (x, y) s. t. x ∈ zero, 1− 21−4 , 1 , y ∈ [x(1 − η), 1] 2 (see determine 2. five) √ So diam(( , η)wSE (1, 1)) = 2, accordingly G isn't really wSwp, yet we will see that it really is sSwp. simply because γ (x, η) = supy∈[x(1−η,1] f1 (x, y) = x + 1, it seems that ( , η)sSE = {x ∈ (0, 1] : x ∈ [1 − , 1], y ∈ [x(1 − η), 1]} and as a consequence diam(( , η)sSE (1, 1)) → zero so G is powerful good posed.

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