Didier Aussel (Université de Perpignan, PROMESUPR 8521) Le 20 Mars 2020

vendredi 20 mars 2020

Résumé : A "Multi-leader-follower game" (MLFG) corresponds to a "mixture between a
non-cooperative Nash game and bilevel optimisation problems. This kind of models
allow to tackle complex problems of market exchange, optimal design or exchanges
of energy. They have been defined a long time ago but their mathematical analysis
is quite recent. And a lot of ambiguity are intrinsically associated to these problems.

Our aim is thus here to make a state-of-art of MLFG, their optimality conditions, their
dedicated algorithms and to present some important insights obtained in applications
thanks to these models.