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Optimality Conditions for a Nonlinear Boundary Value Problem Using Nonsmooth Analysis

Mohamed AkkouchiAbdellah BounabatManfred Goebel — 2003

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

We study in this paper a Lipschitz control problem associated to a semilinear second order ordinary differential equation with pointwise state constraints. The control acts as a coefficient of the state equation. The nonlinear part of the equation is governed by a Nemytskij operator defined by a Lipschitzian but possibly nonsmooth function. We prove the existence of optimal controls and obtain a necessary optimality conditions looking somehow to the Pontryagin’s maximum principle. These conditions...

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