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T − 1, (33) A, Under the additional condition I − D T Zt+1 D > 0, which also guarantees invertibility of N , the pair (29)–(30) constitutes a SPE. If, on the other hand, the matrix (33) has a negative eigenvalue for some t, then the upper value of the game is unbounded (Ba¸sar and Bernhard 1995). As in the CT conjugate point condition, the condition (33) translates into a condition on λ, in the sense that there exists a critical value of λ, say λc (which will depend on the parameters of the game and the number of stages in the game), so that for each λ ∈ (0, λc ), the pair (29)–(30) provides a SPE to the corresponding deterministic ZSDG.

T } is generated by Λt+1 = (Nt )−1 AΛt I − H T H Λt H T + GGT −1 H Λt AT (Nt )−1 + FFT , with the initial condition Λ0 being the covariance of x0 . T (37) 32 T. Ba¸sar Now, if instead of the noisy channel, we have intermittent failure of a channel which otherwise carries perfect state information, modeled as in Sect. 2 but with clean transmission when the channel operates (failure being according to an independent Bernoulli process as before), then as a candidate CE SPE, the pair (34)–(35) is replaced by 1 u∗t = γt∗ (y[0,t] ) = γ˜t (ζt ) = − B T Zt+1 Nt−1 λ vt∗ = μ∗t (y[0,t] ) = μ˜ t (ζt ) = D T Zt+1 Nt−1 T T t = 0, 1, .

This would therefore correspond to the formulation where (42) is replaced by y1 = βx1 ; y0 = β0 x0 . The counterpart of (46)–(47) in this case would be (this can also be obtained directly from the perfect-state SPE): v = μ∗ (y0 ; β0 ) = 2λ y0 , 1 − 3λ u = γ ∗ (y[0,1] ; β[0,1] ) = β1 (51) 1 1 y1 + (1 − β1 ) y0 + 2μ∗ (y0 ) . 1+λ 1+λ (52) Now, if Player 2 employs (51), then the unique response of Player 1 will be (1/(1 + λ))x1 for β1 = 1, and (1/(1 + λ))E[x1 |x0 ] = (1/(1 + λ))(x0 + 2μ∗ (x0 )) if β1 = 0 and β0 = 1, which agrees with (52); if both β’s are zero, then clearly Player 1’s response will also be zero.