Optimization and Control
by Richard Weber
Publisher: University of Cambridge 2010
Number of pages: 70
Topics: Dynamic Programming; Examples of Dynamic Programming; Dynamic Programming over the Infinite Horizon; Positive Programming; Negative Programming; Bandit Processes and Gittins Index; Average-cost Programming; LQ Regulation; Controllability; Stabilizability and Observability; Kalman Filter and Certainty Equivalence; etc.
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