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We denote by A(x0 ) the set of VR-strategies for Ursula at x0 . A VR-strategy for Victor at initial condition x0 = (y0 , z0 ) is defined symmetrically as a map B : SG,P (y0 ) −→ SH,Q (z0 ) such that for any θ > 0, and for any trajectories y(·) and y(·) ˜ of SG,P (y0 ) which coincide on [0, θ ], the trajectories z(·) = B(y(·)) and z˜ (·) = B(y(·)) ˜ coincide on [0, θ ]. We denote by B(x0 ) the set of VR-strategies for Victor at x0 . We define, for all x = (y, z) ∈ Rn and all D ⊂ Rn closed, the functions H(x, D) := sup π ∈NPD (x) sup inf f (x, u, v), π u∈U v∈V , LV (x, D) := inf χD (y, q(z, ν)), (26) ν∈N LU V (x, D) := sup inf χD (p(y, µ), z), inf χD (p(y, µ), q(z, ν)) , ν∈N µ∈M (25) (27) where f (x, u, v) = f ((y, z), u, v) = (g(y, u), h(z, v)), and χD (·) denotes the characteristic function of the set D: χD (x) = 0 if x ∈ D +∞ otherwise.

The variations of price S(t) of assets at date t help find the variations Wπ(·) (t) of capital as a function of a strategy π(·) of the replicating portfolio. Indeed, the value of the replicating portfolio is given by Wπ (t) := π0 (t)S0 (t) + π1 (t)S1 (t). The self-financing principle of the portfolio reads ∀ t ≥ 0, π (t), S(t) = π0 (t)S0 (t) + π1 (t)S1 (t) = 0 so that the value of the portfolio satisfies W (t) = π(t), S (t) = π0 (t)S0 (t)γ0 (S(t)) + π1 (t)S1 (t)γ1 (S1 (t), v(t)), which is W (t) = W (t)γ0 (S(t)) − π1 (t)S1 (t)(γ0 (S0 (t)) − γ1 (S1 (t), v(t))).

Differential Games Through Viability Theory 13 We now introduce the notion of admissible controls and strategies. For an initial position (y0 , z0 ) ∈ KU × KV , U(y0 ) = {u(·) : [0, +∞) → U measurable | y[y0 , u(·)](t) ∈ KU ∀t ≥ 0} and V(z0 ) = {v(·) : [0, +∞) → V measurable | z[z0 , v(·)](t) ∈ KV ∀t ≥ 0}. Under the assumptions (9), it is well known that there are admissible controls for any initial position: namely, U(y0 ) = ∅ and V(z0 ) = ∅ ∀x0 = (y0 , z0 ) ∈ KU × KV . For any y ∈ KU , we set U (y) = U if y ∈ Int(KU ), U (y) = {u ∈ U | g(y, u) ∈ TKU (y)} if y ∈ ∂KU , where TKU (y) is the tangent half-space to the set KU at y ∈ ∂KU .