Pontryagins maximum principle

By analogy to Hamilton's equation of motion, one can define a Hamiltonian as:

H(z(t), u(t), p) = G(z(t), u(t), p) # ATF(z(t), u(t), p) + MT(g(u(t), z(t)) + s2) [48]

And therefore the problem in [47] becomes:

The minimum of the latter is found in the usual way by taking the derivatives of the augmented problem with respect to all the independent variables (z, v, A, s, u, t). Setting those to zero and taking into account the conditions for a fixed initial condition problem (dt\t0 _ 0, dz(t0 _ 0), one obtains the following variational formulation.

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