The Bocop project aims to develop an open-source toolbox for solving optimal control problems, with collaborations with industrial and academic partners. Optimal control (optimization of dynamical systems governed by differential equations) has numerous applications in transportation, energy, process optimization, and biology. Bocop is developed since 2010 in the framework of the Inria-Saclay initiative for an open source optimal control toolbox, and is supported by the team Commands. Bocop is released under the Eclipse Public License (EPL).
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 8 articles )
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- Claeys, Mathieu; Daafouz, Jamal; Henrion, Didier: Modal occupation measures and LMI relaxations for nonlinear switched systems control (2016)
- Zhu, Jiamin; Treĺat, Emmanuel; Cerf, Max: Minimum time control of the rocket attitude reorientation associated with orbit dynamics (2016)
- Bonnard, Bernard; Claeys, Mathieu; Cots, Olivier; Martinon, Pierre: Geometric and numerical methods in the contrast imaging problem in nuclear magnetic resonance (2015)
- Chekroun, Mickaël D.; Liu, Honghu: Finite-horizon parameterizing manifolds, and applications to suboptimal control of nonlinear parabolic PDEs (2015)
- Aftalion, Amandine; Bonnans, J.Frédéric: Optimization of running strategies based on anaerobic energy and variations of velocity (2014)
- Bayen, Térence; Mairet, Francis: Optimization of the separation of two species in a chemostat (2014)
- Bonnans, J.Frédéric: Optimal control of a semilinear parabolic equation with singular arcs (2014)
- Soledad Aronna, M.; Frédéric Bonnans, J.; Martinon, Pierre: A shooting algorithm for optimal control problems with singular Arcs (2013)
Further publications can be found at: http://bocop.saclay.inria.fr/?page_id=1611