10:00 - 12:00 | Wed 11 Dec | Rhodes GH | WeA15
In the time minimal control problem, singular arcs are omnipresent to determine the optimal solutions and this leads to the well known turnpike phenomenon . Very recently, this connection between singular arcs using a bang arc was shown to be relevant to saturate a single spin in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Based on this example we propose a mathematical model to analyze such connection, which is called a bridge. This is applied to compute bridges in the optimization of chemical reaction networks using temperature control.
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