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Multilevel techniques for the solution of HJB minimum-time control problems

Multilevel techniques for the solution of HJB minimum-time control problems

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CIARAMELLA, Gabriele, Giulia FABRINI, 2018. Multilevel techniques for the solution of HJB minimum-time control problems

@techreport{Ciaramella2018Multi-44827, title={Multilevel techniques for the solution of HJB minimum-time control problems}, year={2018}, author={Ciaramella, Gabriele and Fabrini, Giulia} }

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