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Transformations of Optimal Control Problems
Program Systems Institute of RAS,
Petra I st., 2, s. Ves’kovo, Pereslavskii raion, Yaroslavskaya obl., 152021, Russia
The paper considers such transformations of variational and optimal control problems (by a change of phase variables) that help to get the solution. Among these techniques are methods of the dimensionality reduction by a transition from an original argument to a new one, by a detection of a variable staying unchanged through equations of the system (invariant), by extension of the original problem and a transition from it to a simpler problem that gives an estimate solution of the original one. In some cases we can get a solution that is simplified by a transition from a set of conditions in the form of differential equations to the only integral condition. This relates to equations with a retarded argument. The paper gives examples of application of these techniques to real engineering problems such as an optimal control of biosynthesis, cooling of crystal systems by a laser radiation, etc.
optimum control, transformation, variable condition, decision.
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A. Tsirlin, “Transformations of Optimal Control Problems”, Model. Anal. Inform. Sist., 20:3 (2013), 130–152
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