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This is a research monograph at the forefront of research on reinforcement learning, also referred to by other names such as approximate dynamic programming and neuro-dynamic. Bertsekas, Vol. I, 3rd edition, , pages.

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In this paper, the notion of differential dynamic programming is used to develop new second-order and first-order successive-approximation methods for determining optimal control. The unconstrained, nonlinear control problem is first considered, and a second-order algorithm is developed which has wider application then existing second-variation and second-order algorithms. A new first-order algorithm emerges as a special case of the second-order one. Control inequality constraints are introduced into the problem and a second-order algorithm is devised which is able to solve this constrained problem.

It is believed that control constraints have not been handled previously in this way. Again, a first-order algorithm emerges as a special case. The usefulness of the second-order algorithms is illustrated by the computer solution of three control problems. The methods presented in this paper have been extended by the author to solve problems with terminal constraints and implicitly given final time. Details of these procedures are not given in this paper, but the relevant references are cited.

This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Merriam, C. Google Scholar. Mitter, S. Thesis, McReynolds, S. Mayne, D. Jacobson, D. Dreyfus, S. Kalman, R. Fletcher, R. Noton, A. AC, No. Fiacco, A. Hadley, G. McCormick, G. P, Download references. Many of the results reported in this paper appeared in the author's Ph. Reprints and Permissions. New second-order and first-order algorithms for determining optimal control: A differential dynamic programming approach.

J Optim Theory Appl 2, — Download citation. Received : 27 February Issue Date : November Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract In this paper, the notion of differential dynamic programming is used to develop new second-order and first-order successive-approximation methods for determining optimal control.

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ErnaH: info athenasc. BertsekasAll rights reserved. Mathematical Optimization. Dynamic Programming. L Title. Hehas held faculty positions with the Engineering-Economic Systems Dept. His research spans several fields, including optimization, control, la,rge-scale computation, and data communication networks, and is closely tiedto his teaching and book authoring activities.

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In this paper, the notion of differential dynamic programming is used to develop new second-order and first-order successive-approximation methods for determining optimal control. The unconstrained, nonlinear control problem is first considered, and a second-order algorithm is developed which has wider application then existing second-variation and second-order algorithms. A new first-order algorithm emerges as a special case of the second-order one. Control inequality constraints are introduced into the problem and a second-order algorithm is devised which is able to solve this constrained problem.

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Bertsekas Published Computer Science. This is an updated version of the research-oriented Chapter 6 on Approximate Dynamic Programming. In addition to editorial revisions, rearrangements, and new exercises, the chapter includes an account of new research, which is collected mostly in Sections 6.

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