A discussion of the convergence problem for differential games that attempts to show that the value of the nth game tends to a limit V as n tends to infinity. Such aspects of the convergence problem are considered as games of prescribed duration, majorant and minorant games, time-continuous form, problems of pursuit type, and stochastic maximization problems.
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