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A note on the sufficiency of the maximum principle for infinite horizon optimal control problems
This work is devoted to introduce a new sufficient optimality condition for infinite horizon optimal control problems. It is shown that normal extremal processes are optimal under this new condition, termed as maximum-pr ...
Necessary And Sufficient Conditions For Surrogate Functions Of Pareto Frontiers And Their Synthesis Using Gaussian Processes
(IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers IncPiscataway, 2017)
KT-invexity in optimal control problems
(Pergamon-Elsevier B.V. Ltd, 2009-11-15)
We extend the notion of KT-invexity from mathematical programming to the classical optimal control problem and show that this generalized invexity property is not only a sufficient condition of optimality for KT-processes ...
Optimality conditions for nonlinear infinite programming problems
An infinite programming problem consists in minimizing a functional defined on a real Banach space under an infinite number of constraints. The main purpose of this article is to provide sufficient conditions of optimality ...
A new sufficient condition for optimal impulsive control problems
In this article we introduce the concept of MP-pseudoinvexity for general nonlinear impulsive optimal control problems whose dynamics are specified by measure driven control equations. This is a general paradigm in that, ...
Necessary and sufficient condition for generalized passivity, passification and application to multivariable adaptive systems
Recently, a generalized passivity concept for linear multivariable systems was obtained which allows circumventing the restrictiveness of the usual passivity concept. The latter is associated with the classical SPR (Strictly ...
On sufficient optimality conditions for multiobjective control problems
This paper is devoted to presenting optimality conditions for the sufficiency of the maximum principle for multiobjective optimal control problems with nonsmooth data. Such conditions are the most general as possible in ...
Relative Income, Inequality and Subjective Wellbeing: Evidence for Brazil