Constrained Control and Estimation: An Optimisation Approach by Graham Goodwin, María M. Seron, José A. de Doná

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By Graham Goodwin, María M. Seron, José A. de Doná

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The function f is strictly quasiconvex at x ¯∈ S if f (λ¯ x + (1 − λ)x) < max {f (¯ x), f (x)} for each λ ∈ (0, 1) and each x ∈ S such that f (x) = f (¯ x). 38 2. 10. Relationship among various types of convexity. The arrows mean implications and, in general, the converses do not hold. (See Bazaraa et al. ) Pseudoconvexity at a point. Suppose f is differentiable at x¯ ∈ int S. Then f is pseudoconvex at x ¯ if ∇f (¯ x)(x− x ¯) ≥ 0 for x ∈ S implies that f (x) ≥ f (¯ x). Strict pseudoconvexity at a point.

From the convexity of f , and since 0 ≤ nαi ≤ 1, we obtain n f (x) = f αi zi x¯ + =f i=1 = ≤ 1 n 1 n 1 n n (¯ x + nαi zi ) i=1 ≤ 1 n n f (¯ x + nαi zi ) i=1 n f [(1 − nαi )¯ x + nαi (¯ x + zi )] i=1 n [(1 − nαi )f (¯ x) + nαi f (¯ x + zi )]. i=1 n Therefore, f (x) − f (¯ x) ≤ i=1 αi [f (¯ x + zi ) − f (¯ x)]. 5) and the defix + zi ) − f (¯ x) ≤ θ for each i; and since αi ≥ 0, nition of zi it follows that f (¯ it follows that n f (x) − f (¯ x) ≤ θ αi . 8) i=1 As noted above, αi ≤ /nθ, for i = 1, 2, .

We will see later that these problems lead to the same underlying question, the only difference being a rather minor issue associated with the boundary conditions. Actually, we will show that a strong connection between constrained control and estimation problems is revealed when looked upon via a Lagrangian duality perspective. This will be the topic of Chapter 10. 5 The Remainder of the Book The remainder of the book is devoted to expanding on the ideas introduced above. We will emphasise constrained optimisation approaches to the topics of control and estimation.

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