2 edition of unified computational approach to optimal control problems found in the catalog.
unified computational approach to optimal control problems
K. L. Teo
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-326) and index.
|Statement||K.L. Teo, C.J. Goh, and K.H. Wong.|
|Series||Pitman monographs and surveys in pure and applied mathematics,, 55|
|Contributions||Goh, C. J. 1956-, Wong, K. H. 1950-|
|LC Classifications||QA402.3 .T36 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 329 p. :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||91013182|
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About this book. The purpose of this modest unified computational approach to optimal control problems book is to present in a simplified manner some of the computational methods that have been developed in the last ten years for the solution of optimal control problems.
Only those methods that are based on the minimum (maximum) principle of Pontriagin are discussed here. A unified computational approach to optimal control problems (Pitman Monographs and Surveys in Pure and Applied Mathematics).
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equality constraints: problems root and boundary-value; chapter 4. equality and inequality constraints; chapter 5. convex control optimal problems; chapter 6.
rate of convergence; appendix a: further models for computational methods; appendix b: properties o f continuous functions; appendix c: a guide to implementable algorithms; references; index. We show that an approximate solution for this optimal control problem can be computed by solving a sequence of conventional dynamic optimization problems.
Existing optimization techniques can be used to solve each problem in this sequence. A convergence result is also given to justify this by: Unified Approach, Academic Press, New York,xvii + pp., 24 cm. Price $ The intent of this detailed book is to present in a unified manner almost all of the important algorithms invented to date for solving nonlinear programming, optimal control, root finding, and boundary value problems.
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Throughout these lessons we will advocate a five-step approach to solving computational problems. Below, we outline the approach and relate it to the problem at hand. begin with a clear statement of the problem.More theoretical details in matrix methods are ebook in the books , , .
Ebook is the most important result in this book. Almost all control problems in this book can be analytically solved by this theorem. That is approximately 20 diﬀerent control problems all reduce to this problem of linear algebra.