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Mean-Field-Type Games in Engineering

1 Department of Mathematics, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
2 Learning and Game Theory Laboratory, New York University, Abu Dhabi

A mean-field-type game is a game in which the instantaneous payoffs and/or the statedynamics functions involve not only the state and the action profile but also the joint distributionsof state-action pairs. This article presents some engineering applications of mean-field-type gamesincluding road traffic networks, multi-level building evacuation, millimeter wave wireless communications,distributed power networks, virus spread over networks, virtual machine resource management incloud networks, synchronization of oscillators, energy-effcient buildings, online meeting and mobilecrowdsensing.
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