10:45 AM-12:45 PM
Room: Atlanta 4
Solution of large-scale optimization problems has been a key element in many solution procedures to optimal control problems. Recent advances in interior-point (IP) methods have impacted optimal control research, resulting in computational times that are practically viable for problems previously considered unsolvable. Application of IP methods has been effective in addressing many issues characteristic of optimal control problems, including treatment of bounds and inequalities, and providing a framework where the problem structure can be exploited. The speakers in this minisymposium report on the theoretical and algorithmic advances in this area and on applications to industrial problems.
Organizers: Vipin Gopal
Honeywell Technology Center
Simulation Sciences, Brea, California