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Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics 1993; 186 pp; Softcover MSC: Primary 34; 49; 58; 93. .This book contains two fundamental papers. The first is, in essence, a short monograph devoted to the theory of periodic motions in singularly perturbed systems.

This book contains two fundamental papers. The second deals with structural properties of the solutions of a system having infinitely many switchings on a finite time interval to Hamiltonian systems with discontinuous right-hand side.

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Some Questions In The. Some Questions in the Theory of Oscillations and the Theory of Optimal Control: Collection of Papers (Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics). 0821831488 (ISBN13: 9780821831489). Lists with This Book.

This article is cited in 6 scientific papers (total in 7 papers). Asymptotical theory of relaxational oscillations. English version: Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, 1993, 197, 1–93. Bibliographic databases

This article is cited in 6 scientific papers (total in 7 papers). E. F. Mishchenko, A. Yu. Kolesov. Full text: PDF file (10140 kB). Bibliographic databases: UDC: 51. 77. Citation: E. Kolesov, Asymptotical theory of relaxational oscillations, Selected topics in the theory of oscillations and optimal control theory, Trudy Mat. Inst. 197, Nauka, Moscow, 1991, 3–84; Proc.

Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics. In the first part of the paper, we describe the method of continuation with respect to a parameter in solution algorithms for nonlinear boundary value problems in ordinary differential equations. December 2006, Volume 255, Supplement 2, pp S1–S15 Cite as. Some algorithms of optimal control. We present results of numerical experiments solving boundary value problems, including boundary value problems arising in optimal control theory. The parameter variation scheme (the continuation method) can be considered as a special development and modification of the classical Newton method.

Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics ; v. 197, issue 1 of 4, 1993. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners

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Article in Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics 268(1):207-221 · April 2010 with 2 Reads. The present paper deals with impulse control. Cite this publication. In addition, the control is sought in the form of positional strategies rather than open-loop solutions.

In mathematics, in the field of ordinary differential equations, a nontrivial solution to an ordinary differential equation. is called oscillating if it has an infinite number of roots; otherwise it is called non-oscillating. The differential equation is called oscillating if it has an oscillating solution. The number of roots carries also information on the spectrum of associated boundary value problems. The differential equation. is oscillating as sin(x) is a solution.

Steklov Mathematical Institute, 2017. The paper presents solution of the constrained optimal control problem for a specific market model and optimal criterion. The proposed model has correlated dynamics of assets in a general form and allows for a closed form solution of the problem. Finite element error analysis for measure-valued optimal control problems governed by a 1D wave equation with variable coefficients. Comparison of the results and guaranteeing optimal controls.

Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Vol. 293, Issue. 9. Gamkrelidze, R. On some extremal problems in the theory of differential equations with applications to optimal control, SIAM J. of Control 3 (1965), 106–128. 10. Kaskosz, B. and Łojasiewicz, . A maximum principle for generalized control systems, Nonlinear Analysis, Theory, Meth. 11. LeDonne, A. and Marchi, . Representations of Lipschitzian compact-convex valued mappings, Lincei-Rend. e nat. 68 (1980), 278–280. 12. Lee, E. B. and Markus, . Foundation of optimal control theory, (1969), Wiley.

Automation control - Theory and Practice, chapter Nonlinear . Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on, 55(6), 1478– 1484. Theory of the Non-Linear Analog Phase Locked Loop. Springer Verlag, New Jersey. Mileant, A. and Hinedi, S. (1994).

Automation control - Theory and Practice, chapter Nonlinear Analysis and Design of Phase-Locked Loops, 89–114. Hidden oscillations in dynamical systems. 37 Malyon, D. (1984). Overview of arraying techniques for deep space communications.

This book contains two fundamental papers. The first is, in essence, a short monograph devoted to the theory of periodic motions in singularly perturbed systems. The second deals with structural properties of the solutions of a system having infinitely many switchings on a finite time interval to Hamiltonian systems with discontinuous right-hand side.