Category:Path-constrained arcs

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Whenever a path constraint is active, i.e., it holds c_i(x(t)) = 0 \; \forall \; t \in [t^\text{start}, t^\text{end}] \subseteq [0, t_f], and no continuous control u(\cdot) can be determined to compensate for the changes in x(\cdot), naturally \alpha(\cdot) needs to do so by taking values in the interior of its feasible domain. An illustrating example has been given in [Sager2009]Author: Sager, S.; Reinelt, G.; Bock, H.G.
Journal: Mathematical Programming
Number: 1
Pages: 109--149
Title: Direct Methods With Maximal Lower Bound for Mixed-Integer Optimal Control Problems
Url: http://mathopt.de/PUBLICATIONS/Sager2009.pdf
Volume: 118
Year: 2009
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, where velocity limitations for the energy-optimal operation of New York subway trains are taken into account. The optimal integer solution does only exist in the limit case of infinite switching (Zeno behavior), or when a tolerance is given.

References

[Sager2009]Sager, S.; Reinelt, G.; Bock, H.G. (2009): Direct Methods With Maximal Lower Bound for Mixed-Integer Optimal Control Problems. Mathematical Programming, 118, 109--149Link to Google Scholar

Pages in category "Path-constrained arcs"

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