Perestroikas of shocks in optimal control
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Shocks in optimal control are formed by points where two or more extremal trajectories end. Their generic bifurcations happening in the course of time (perestroikas) are topologically classified in two and three dimensions for the classical optimal control problem with a smooth Hamiltonian.
KeywordsControl Problem Optimal Control Problem Extremal Trajectory Generic Bifurcation Classical Optimal Control Problem
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