Nonlinear dynamical systems and adaptive methods

Feichtinger, G., Dawid, H., & Hartl, R.F. (1999). Nonlinear dynamical systems and adaptive methods. Annals of Operations Research 89

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The papers contained in this and the preceding volume are a selection of contributions to the 6th Viennese Workshop on Optimal Control, Dynamic Games, Nonlinear Dynamics and Adaptive Systems, held in Vienna in May 1997. The focus of the articles in this volume lies on nonlinear dynamics and adaptive learning. The analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems in economic contexts has been one of the major new developments in economics during the last two decades. It has been shown that nonlinear dynamics arise not only in descriptive models, but also as optimal paths in many economic settings. Also, the analysis of expectation formation and learning in dynamic economic models leads almost generically to nonlinear dynamical systems, and the growing importance of this field has further underlined the importance of a sound understanding of nonlinear dynamics phenomena for economic research. The contributions in this volume which all deal with nonlinear dynamical systems are grouped in three sections, depending on whether they present nonlinear descriptive models, optimization models with complex optimal paths, or learning models:

-- Descriptive dynamic models with nonlinearities: nonlinear dynamics;

-- Optimization problems and dynamic games with nonlinear optimal solutions: complex optimal dynamics;

-- Models of adaptive learning in games and application of these algorithms for optimization: learning and adaptive systems....

Item Type: Article
Research Programs: World Population (POP)
Bibliographic Reference: Annals of Operations Research; 89(0) (January 1999)
Depositing User: IIASA Import
Date Deposited: 15 Jan 2016 02:10
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