A maximum principle for hybrid optimal control problems * H 6

  title={A maximum principle for hybrid optimal control problems * H 6},
  author={ctor J. Sussmann},
  • ctor J. Sussmann
  • Published 2015
We present a version of the maximum principle for hybrid optimal control problems, under weak regularity conditions. The class of hybrid problems to be considered is defined in $2. (In particular, we only consider autonomous systems, in which the dynamical behavior and the cost are invariant under time translations.) The maximum principle is stated in $3 as a general assertion involving terms that are not yet precisely defined, and without a detailed specification of technical assump tions. One… CONTINUE READING
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