Viability Theorem for Deterministic Mean Field Type Control Systems
A mean field type control system is a dynamical system in the Wasserstein space describing an evolution of a large population of agents with mean-field interaction under a control of a unique decision maker. We develop the viability theorem for the mean field type control system. To this end we introduce a set of tangent elements to the given set of probabilities. Each tangent element is a distribution on the tangent bundle of the phase space. The viability theorem for mean field type control systems is formulated in the classical way: the given set of probabilities on phase space is viable if and only if the set of tangent distributions intersects with the set of distributions feasible by virtue of dynamics.