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Examples of optimal control laws in this latter sense are Linear Quadratic . Another great book is "Optimal control theory: An introduction to the. Some books on Optimal Control seem to be written for people who have been studying it and using it for decades. They use the notations of modern. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Dr. Donald E. Kirk is Dean Emeritus of the College of Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction (Dover Books on Electrical .

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(ii) How can we characterize an optimal control mathematically? (iii) How The next example is from Chapter 2 of the book Caste and Ecology in Social. Insects . Warning - a good dose of linear algebra is a prerequisite for much of this stuff. I am no expert by any stretch of the imagination but I will share. You need to read some basic control theory, you can grab from popular book by Katsuhito Ogata, Modern Control Engineering 3rd ed, one of its chapter (last.

Theory and Practice , Wiley, , 4th edition.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How do I approach Optimal Control? Ask Question. Legend Legend 2 3 That's great to hear.

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Could you point me towards some good optimization theory material in that case? I've been Googling but am not sure if I'm starting with the right ones For optimization theory, look up KKT conditions, and start branching off from there.

Gilead Gilead 1 4 9. Rod Carvalho Rod Carvalho 3 Thanks for pointing them out. Pait Pait 10 Still, I think you will find more points of contact with your background in Sontag's book than anywhere else. Hector Sussmann's paper " years of optimal control: Highly recommended. Can be viewed at either link below: Thank you. I will go through that and get back.

Brian Borchers Brian Borchers 3, 1 10 I've taken Undergrad level Calculus. I've read about Partial differential equations in the process. I have taken a course on Control Systems but that was more towards Laplace transforms and Z-Transforms. I don't remember hearing about optimal control anywhere. And yes, I've studied feedback as part of Control Systems where most of it was related to transfer functions and root locus determination.

Its been almost 8 years since I've studied those so I'm feeling a little lost now when I look at bang-bang structure and maximum principles.

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My background is in mathematics and computer science followed by graduate study in optimization, where there's a completely different collection of material that everyone is expected to know. I'd suggest that you look at books and lecture notes that have been written for engineers interested in learning about this stuff.

YoshuaNava YoshuaNava 21 1. Richard Richard 4. Ben McKay 15k 2 31 Modest Modest 1. It might not be what a mathematician would look for. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.

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Collection of selected contributions giving a state-of-the-art account of recent developments in the field Covers a broad range of topics in optimization and optimal control, including unique applications Written by an international group of experts in their respective disciplines Broad audience of esearchers, practitioners, and advanced graduate students in applied mathematics and engineering see more benefits.

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Pages Kamien and Schartwz is an extremely complete book on this subject. Description This sound introduction to classical and modern control theory concentrates on fundamental concepts. Email Required, but never shown. Robert F. This clear, streamlined presentation is ideal for a graduate level course on control systems and as a quick reference for working engineers. Chinchuluun has recently helped Pardalos with another optimization edited volume which will be available in Ben McKay 15k 2 31 About the authors Prof.

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