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The interval turnpike property for adjoints

  title={The interval turnpike property for adjoints},
  author={Timm Faulwasser and Lars Grune and Jukka-Pekka Humaloja and Manuel Schaller},
  journal={arXiv: Optimization and Control},
In this work we derive an interval turnpike result for adjoints of finite- and infinite-dimensional nonlinear optimal control problems under the assumption of an interval turnpike on states and controls. We consider stabilizable dynamics governed by a generator of a semigroup with finite-dimensional unstable part satisfying a spectral decomposition condition and show the desired turnpike property under continuity assumptions on the first-order optimality conditions. We further give stronger… 

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