|Kinetic Theory, Mean Field Game and Applications|
|Time：||Mon/Wed 10 :10-12 :00am, 07-15~08-12|
|Instructor：||Jian-Guo Liu [Duke University]|
|Place：||Conference Room 4，Floor 2, Jin Chun Yuan West Building|
The place of lecture from July 29 to August 2th will be changed to room A304 of Math department.
In this short course, I will introduce some recent results on mathematical analysis of collective dynamics, decision making and self-organization in complex systems coming from biology and social sciences. We will use agent based kinetic equations to model some social behaviors such as opinion formulation, evolution of the distribution of wealth, pedestrian traffic flow, collective dynamics, flow on sweeping networks, etc.
The fast and frequent local self-interactions between agents such as opinion exchanging, cellular automata network switching, economic activities, lead to a local Nash equilibrium for the distribution of the agents.
Emergence phenomena of the collective dynamics is studied through the investigation of phase transition and stability of these Nash equilibria.
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P Degond, J-G Liu, C Ringhofer, A Nash equilibrium macroscopic closure for kinetic models based on mean-field-games, preprint.
P Degond, J-G Liu, C Ringhofer, Evolution of the distribution of wealth in economic neighborhood by local Nash equilibrium closure, preprint.
P Degond, A Frouvelle, J-G Liu, S Motsch, L Navoret, Macroscopic models of collective motion and self-organization, preprint.
P Degond, A Frouvelle, J-G Liu, Phase transitions, hysteresis, and hyperbolicity for self-organized alignment dynamics, preprint
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