Solving Optimal Control and Pursuit-evasion Game Problems of High Complexity

  title={Solving Optimal Control and Pursuit-evasion Game Problems of High Complexity},
  author={Hans Josef Pesch},
Optimal control problems which describe realistic technical applications exhibit various features of complexity. First, the consideration of inequality constraints leads to optimal solutions with highly complex switching structures including bang-bang, singular, and control-and state-constrained sub-arcs. In addition, also isolated boundary points may occur. Techniques are surveyed for the computation of optimal trajectories with multiple subarcs. If the precise computation of the switching… CONTINUE READING


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