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Hybrid Computer Solution of Optimal Control Problems

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This paper discusses limitations which arise when a method proposed by Miura et al. [1] is used for solving certain two-point boundary value problems on the hybrid computer. It is shown that the method proposed in [1] will not work in all cases. An example where the method fails is given. However, to emphasize the basic elegance and usefulness of this method, an extension to cover a more general target set is also introduced.

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Computers, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:C-20 ,  Issue: 2 )