DIDO (software) DIDO is a MATLAB optimal control tool for solving general-purpose hybrid optimal control problems.
DNSS point DNSS points arise in optimal control problems that exhibit multiple optimal solutions.
Dynamic programming In mathematics, computer science, economics, and bioinformatics, dynamic programming is a method for solving complex problems by breaking them down into simpler subproblems.
Flat pseudospectral method The flat pseudospectral method is part of the family of the Ross–Fahroo pseudospectral methods introduced by Ross and Fahroo.
Gauss pseudospectral method The Gauss pseudospectral method (GPM), one of many topics named after Carl Friedrich Gauss, is a direct transcription method for discretizing a continuous optimal control problem into a nonlinea...
Legendre-Clebsch condition In the calculus of variations the Legendre-Clebsch condition is a second-order condition which a solution of the Euler-Lagrange equation must satisfy in order to be a maximum (and not a minimum ...
Legendre–Clebsch condition In the calculus of variations the Legendre-Clebsch condition is a second-order condition which a solution of the Euler-Lagrange equation must satisfy in order to be a maximum (and not a minimum ...
Linear-quadratic regulator One of the main results in the theory is that the solution is provided by the linear-quadratic regulator (LQR), a feedback controller whose equations are given below.
Optimal control Optimal control theory, an extension of the calculus of variations, is a mathematical optimization method for deriving control policies.
Optimal projection equations The reduced-order LQG problem (fixed-order LQG problem) overcomes this by fixing a-priori the number of states of the LQG controller.
Pontryagin's minimum principle Pontryagin's maximum (or minimum) principle is used in optimal control theory to find the best possible control for taking a dynamical system from one state to another, especially in the presenc...
PROPT The PROPT MATLAB Optimal Control Software is a new generation platform for solving applied optimal control (with ODE or DAE formulation) and parameters estimation problems.
Pseudospectral knotting method In applied mathematics, the pseudospectral knotting method is a generalization and enhancement of a standard pseudospectral method for optimal control.
Pseudospectral optimal control According to Ross et al., pseudospectral optimal control is a joint theoretical-computational method for solving optimal control problems.
Ross' π lemma Ross' lemma, named after I. Michael Ross, is a result in computational optimal control.
Ross-Fahroo lemma Named after I. Michael Ross and F. Fahroo, the Ross–Fahroo lemma is a fundamental result in optimal control theory.
Ross-Fahroo pseudospectral method The Ross–Fahroo pseudospectral methods are a broad collection of pseudospectral methods for optimal control introduced by I. Michael Ross and F. Fahroo, at the turn of the millennium.
Ross-Fahroo Pseudospectral Methods The Ross-Fahroo pseudospectral methods are a broad collection of pseudospectral methods for optimal control introduced by Ross and Fahroo, at the turn of the millennium.
Sethi model The Sethi model was developed by Suresh P. Sethi and describes the process of how sales evolve over time in response to advertising.