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Nonlinear Optimal Control Theory [electronic resource]
Leonard D. Berkovitz, Purdue University, Negash G. Medhin, North Carolina State University
 Format
 EBook; Book; Online
 Published
 Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2013]
 Language
 English
 Series
 Chapman & Hall/CRC Applied Mathematics and Nonlinear Science
 ISBN
 9781466560260 (hardback)
 Summary
 "Preface This book is an introduction to the mathematical theory of optimal control of processes governed by ordinary differential and certain types of differential equations with memory. The book is intended for students, mathematicians, and those who apply the techniques of optimal control in their research. Our intention is to give a broad, yet relatively deep, concise and coherent introduction to the subject. We have dedicated an entire chapter for examples. We have dealt with the examples pointing out the mathematical issues that one needs to address. The first six chapters can provide enough material for an introductory course in optimal control theory governed by differential equations. Chapters 3, 4, and 5 could be covered with more or less details in the mathematical issues depending on the mathematical background of the students. For students with background in functional analysis and measure theory Chapter 7 can be added. Chapter 7 is a more mathematically rigorous version of the material in Chapter 6. We have included material dealing with problems governed by integrodifferential and delay equations. We have given a unified treatment of bounded state problems governed by ordinary, integrodifferential, and delay systems. We have also added material dealing with the HamiltonJacobi Theory. This material sheds light on the mathematical details that accompany the material in Chapter 6"
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 Mode of access: World wide Web.
 Notes
 "A Chapman & Hall book."
 Includes bibliographical references and index.
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