Browsing by Author "Karıksız, Can Deha"
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Eigenvalues and dynamical properties of weighted backward shifts on the space of real analytic functions
Domański, P.; Karıksız, Can Deha (Institute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences, 2018)Usually backward shift is neither chaotic nor hypercyclic. We will show that on the space A(Omega) of real analytic functions on a connected set Omega subset of R with 0 is an element of Omega, the backward shift operator ... 
Frequently hypercyclic weighted backward shifts on spaces of real analytic functions
Anahtarcı, Berkay; Karıksız, Can Deha (TÜBİTAK, 2018)We study frequent hypercyclicity in the case of weighted backward shift operators acting on locally convex spaces of real analytic functions. We obtain certain conditions on frequent hypercyclicity and linear chaoticity ... 
Learning in discretetime averagecost meanfield games
Anahtarcı, Berkay; Karıksız, Can Deha; Saldı, Naci (IEEE, 2021)In this paper, we consider learning of discretetime meanfield games under an average cost criterion. We propose a Qiteration algorithm via Banach Fixed Point Theorem to compute the meanfield equilibrium when the model ... 
Learning meanfield games with discounted and average costs
Anahtarcı, Berkay; Karıksız, Can Deha; Saldı, N. (Microtome Publishing, 2023)We consider learning approximate Nash equilibria for discretetime meanfield games with stochastic nonlinear state dynamics subject to both average and discounted costs. To this end, we introduce a meanfield equilibrium ... 
Qlearning in regularized meanfield games
Anahtarcı, Berkay; Karıksız, Can Deha; Saldı, N. (Springer, 202303)In this paper, we introduce a regularized meanfield game and study learning of this game under an infinitehorizon discounted reward function. Regularization is introduced by adding a strongly concave regularization ... 
Value iteration algorithm for meanfield games
Anahtarcı, Berkay; Karıksız, Can Deha; Saldı, Naci (Elsevier, 202009)In the literature, existence of meanfield equilibria has been established for discretetime mean field games under both the discounted cost and the average cost optimality criteria. In this paper, we provide a value ...
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