Using a finite horizon numerical optimisation method for a periodic optimal control problem
AbstractComputing a numerical solution to a periodic optimal control problem is difficult. A method of approximating a solution to a given (stochastic) optimal control problem using Markov chains was developed in . This paper describes an attempt at applying this method to a periodic optimal control problem introduced in .
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Date of creation: 11 Feb 2007
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Computational techniques; Economic software; Computational methods in stochastic optimal control; Computational economics; Approximating Markov decision chains;
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