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# Necessary Conditions in Mathematical Programming and Optimal Control Theory

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## Abstract

In these lectures I will present a theory of necessary conditions for nonlinear optimizations problems in infinite-dimensional spaces and I will apply the results of the theory to the optimal control of systems described by families of nonlinear ordinary differential equations.

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