- How can Differential Logic find Optimal Condition in a Game setting for an Individual Player (Individual Choice) and Overall System (Social Welfare)?
Differential logic is a general framework for analyzing aspects of change and difference in systems amenable to qualitative description, for example, processes taking place in a universe of discourse or transformations mapping a source universe to a target universe. To apply its concepts and methods to a concrete case one has to define the state space and the objective function one desires to optimize. This may indeed be the hardest part of the problem. It helps to break ground if one can think up a simple example from the class of systems one has in mind.
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