### A bargaining procedure with offer-dependent breakdown probabilities.

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We consider a two-player zero-sum-game in a bounded open domain Ω described as follows: at a point x ∈ Ω, Players I and II play an ε-step tug-of-war game with probability α, and with probability β (α + β = 1), a random point in the ball of radius ε centered at x is chosen. Once the game position reaches the boundary, Player II pays Player I the amount given by a fixed payoff function F. We give a detailed proof of the fact that...

We consider a two-player zero-sum-game in a bounded open domain Ω described as follows: at a point x ∈ Ω, Players I and II play an ε-step tug-of-war game with probability α, and with probability β (α + β = 1), a random point in the ball of radius ε centered at x is chosen. Once the game position reaches the boundary, Player II pays Player I the amount given by a fixed payoff function F. We give a detailed proof of the fact that the value functions of this game satisfy the Dynamic Programming Principle...

The object of this paper is the generalization of the pioneering work of P. Bernhard [J. Optim. Theory Appl. 27 (1979)] on two-person zero-sum games with a quadratic utility function and linear dynamics. It relaxes the semidefinite positivity assumption on the matrices in front of the state in the utility function and introduces affine feedback strategies that are not necessarily L²-integrable in time. It provides a broad conceptual review of recent results in the finite-dimensional case for which...

A zero-sum stochastic differential game problem on infinite horizon with continuous and impulse controls is studied. We obtain the existence of the value of the game and characterize it as the unique viscosity solution of the associated system of quasi-variational inequalities. We also obtain a verification theorem which provides an optimal strategy of the game.