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Teoría del control óptimo: ¡Una guía para principiantes!


  • David Bardey


  • Hélène Bonnet


El objetivo de este artículo es doble: en una primera parte, se dan las principales intuiciones de la teoría de control óptimo. En la segunda parte se expondrán las grandes familias de problemas de control óptimo, así como las teorías correspondientes. Las aplicaciones a problemas económicos de esos teoremas serán ilustrados a lo largo de todo el documento.

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  • David Bardey & Hélène Bonnet, 2005. "Teoría del control óptimo: ¡Una guía para principiantes!," Borradores de Investigación 004356, Universidad del Rosario.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000091:004356

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