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Non-compact random generalized games and random quasi-variational inequalities

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Author(s): Xian-Zhi Yuan

Journal: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Stochastic Analysis
ISSN 1048-9533

Volume: 7;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 467;
Date: 1994;
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Keywords: Polish space | Suslin space | measurable space | Suslin family | (random) fixed point | (random) maximal element | (random) equilibria | (random) qualitative game | (random) generalized game | (random) variational inequality | (random) quasi-variational inequality | class L | L-majorized | measurable selection theorem | property (K) | random operator.

ABSTRACT
In this paper, existence theorems of random maximal elements, random equilibria for the random one-person game and random generalized game with a countable number of players are given as applications of random fixed point theorems. By employing existence theorems of random generalized games, we deduce the existence of solutions for non-compact random quasi-variational inequalities. These in turn are used to establish several existence theorems of noncompact generalized random quasi-variational inequalities which are either stochastic versions of known deterministic inequalities or refinements of corresponding results known in the literature.
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