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The Robust Maximum Principle

Theory and Applications

Boltyanski, Vladimir G., Poznyak, Alexander

2012, XXII, 432p. 36 illus..

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From the reviews:

“This book is a useful and positive contribution to the literature of optimal control theory. … The book covers a rather expansive collection of topics, individual topics are usually well motivated, and most chapters have concluding and, on occasion, historical remarks to provide useful perspective to the reader. … more suitable as a reference for researchers … .” (Kevin A. Grasse, Mathematical Reviews, September, 2013)

“This good structured and really clearly written book is worth reading both for readers interested in theory and applications of optimal control. For theory, since robustness embraces dependencies and sensitivities with respect to deterministic or stochastic uncertainties, and for applications, since robustness of a method is responsible for a good use of numerical results. … The special technique specific for stochastic calculus is fully used in the last section of the book and supports the recommendation that it is a pleasure to read this book.” (Alfred Göpfert, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1239, 2012)



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