Variational Analysis in Non-reeexive Spaces and Applications to Control Problems with L 1 Perturbations Please Direct All Correspondence To: Variational Analysis in Non-reeexive Spaces and Applications to Control Problems with L 1 Perturbations

@inproceedings{UniversityBurnaby1997VariationalAI,
  title={Variational Analysis in Non-reeexive Spaces and Applications to Control Problems with L 1 Perturbations Please Direct All Correspondence To: Variational Analysis in Non-reeexive Spaces and Applications to Control Problems with L 1 Perturbations},
  author={StatisticsSimon Fraser UniversityBurnaby},
  year={1997}
}
  • StatisticsSimon Fraser UniversityBurnaby
  • Published 1997
Acknowledgment: We thank Philip D. Loewen for careful and critical reading of an early version of this paper. We also thank Jane J. J. Ye for her comments. Abstract. We provide a reened sensitivity analysis for nite and innnite horizon control problems where in both cases the perturbation space is L 1. Our underlying technique relies on a recent sequential description of both the generalized gradient of Clarke and of the approximate G{subdiierential of functions deened on a smooth Banach space… CONTINUE READING

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