An Inverse Problem in Dynamic Programming and Automatic Control.
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An investigation of the inverse of a basic problem of automatic control theory: Given an optimal policy and the equations and inequalities representing the constraints of the problem, the criterion function or functions that lead to this policy are reversed. Methods of solution are found in some simple cases. 10 pp.
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