Sparse Control and Modeling of Multi-Agents systems
Project management at the University of Würzburg:
This project is aimed at studying the modeling, optimal control, and controllability problems for multi-agent systems. In recent years there has been a fast growing interest in defining and analyzing mathematical agents. The reason is that examples of networks of models of multiple interacting agents are ubiquitous: biological networks (genetic regulation, ecosystems); technological networks (Internet); economical networks (production and distribution networks, financial networks), and social networks (scientific collaboration networks, Facebook). Usually individual based models, described by suitable dynamical systems, constitute the basis for developing continuum descriptions of the agent distribution, governed by suitable partial differential equations.
Projekt period: from 01.2016 to 12.2016
Sondermittel Land Bayern ( Mobilitätsbeihilfe ) ,Granting date: 15.1.2016