25 September 2016

ASA researchers participated in the conference "Dynamical Systems: Inverse Problems, Stability,
and Control Processes"

Elena Rovenskaya, Sergey Aseev, Alexey Davydov and Sergey Orlov participated in the international conference dedicated to the 80th birthday of academician Yurii Osipov "Dynamical Systems: Inverse Problems, Stability, and Control Processes" which took place in Moscow, Russia, on 22-23 September, 2016.

Elena Rovenskaya gave a talk on "Optimal control of forest harvesting in a size-structured population model with feedback between growth parameters and density", Sergey Aseev gave a plenary talk on "The unified maximum principle for infinite-horizon optimal control problems in economics", Alexey Davydov gave a plenary talk on "The average time optimization and cyclicity" and Sergey Orlov gave a talk on "Two-sector model of economic growth and related environmental quality".


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CONTACT DETAILS

Elena Rovenskaya

Program Director

Advanced Systems Analysis

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Conference materials

Dynamical Systems: Inverse Problems, Stability, and Control Processes

Conference website

PUBLICATIONS

Aseev SM & Veliov VM (2015). Maximum principle for infinite-horizon optimal control problems under weak regularity assumptions. Proceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics 291 (1): 22-39. DOI:10.1134/S0081543815090023.

Aseev SM, Besov KO, & Kryazhimskiy AV (2012). Infinite-horizon optimal control problems in economics. Russian Mathematical Surveys 67 (2): 195-253. DOI:10.1070/RM2012v067n02ABEH004785.

Davydov AA & Shutkina TS (2010). Time average optimization of cycle process with profit and effort discounts. Russian Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics 6 (1): 151-158. DOI:10.20537 / nd1001011.

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