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Basic Implementation of Multiple-Interval Pseudospectral Methods to Solve Optimal Control Problems

version 2.0.0.0 (59.6 KB) by Daniel R. Herber
This project implements multiple-interval pseudospectral methods to solve optimal control problems.

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Updated 29 Jun 2017

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Run INSTALL_Basic_Pseudospectral.m help get the code up and running.
View README.md for an overview (https://github.com/danielrherber/basic-multiple-interval-pseudospectral/blob/master/README.md)

The project link is https://github.com/danielrherber/basic-multiple-interval-pseudospectral

The code is complementary material for the following publication:

Daniel R. Herber. 'Basic Implementation of Multiple-Interval Pseudospectral Methods to Solve Optimal Control Problems.' Technical Report UIUC-ESDL-2015-01, June 2015.

which can be obtained by going to:

http://systemdesign.illinois.edu/publications/Her15a.pdf

Cite As

Daniel R. Herber (2019). Basic Implementation of Multiple-Interval Pseudospectral Methods to Solve Optimal Control Problems (https://www.github.com/danielrherber/basic-multiple-interval-pseudospectral), GitHub. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (4)

Hao Mei

very helpful! Thanks a lot!

Hao Mei

It is very helpful resource for my research. I could understand the pseudospectral method while I read through your code along with the technical report. Thank you.

Anand

Great work Dan!

Updates

2.0.0.0

See initial commit on GitHub page for changes.

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2015a
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