Synthesizing time optimal control systems

@inproceedings{Neustadt1960SynthesizingTO,
  title={Synthesizing time optimal control systems},
  author={Lucien W. Neustadt},
  year={1960}
}
where A(l), an n x n matrix, and R(t), an ?z x Y matrix, are both continuous, and e(t) is an r-dimensional column vector. The components of $1: El(t), E&L. * *, e,(t) correspond to I controllers, whose value can be adjusted to control the state vector x(t). In most physical systems the values that the ci(t) may take on are limited. For the sake of simplicity (although little generality is lost) we shall assume that e(t) is restricted by IQ(~) 1 0 for which x(t) = E(t). A function E(t) which… CONTINUE READING

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