G. Feichtinger, D. Grass, P.M. Kort, A. Seidl:
"Why (some) abnormal problems are "normal"";
Research Reports (Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Statistics and Mathematical Methods in Economics, Operations Research and Control Systems), 2020-06 (2020), 06; 8 S.

Kurzfassung englisch:
In abnormal optimal control problems it is necessary to basically ignore the objective for certain statevalues in order to be able to determine the optimal control. In the past, abnormal problems wereconsidered to be degenerated problems that did not fit to any real application. In the present paperwe discuss reasons for the occurrence of abnormality. We show that abnormality can be an integralpart of a meaningful problem rather than to be a sign for degeneracy.

optimal control, infinite time horizon, abnormal problems

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