An indirect sufficiency proof for problems with bounded state variables
Russak, Ira Bert
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A set of sufficient conditions is obtained for problem involving constraints of the form ijj a (t,x) _ a=l,...,m . The method of proof is indirect. It is shown by essentially strengthening the first and second order necessary results previously obtained by the author for problems of this type, that a proper stron; relative minimum is obtained.
NPS Report NumberNPS-53Ru75061
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