Quadratic weak-minimum conditions for optimal control problems with intermediate constraints
Optimal control problems with constraints at intermediate trajectory points are considered. By using a certain natural method (of reproduction of state and control variables), these problems reduce to the standard optimal control problem of Pontryagin type, which allows one to obtain quadratic weak-minimum conditions for them.
KeywordsQuadratic Form Optimal Control Problem Closed Interval Lagrange Equation Adjoint Equation
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