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Clebsch optimal control formulation in mechanics

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  • This paper introduces and studies a class of optimal control problems based on the Clebsch approach to Euler-Poincaré dynamics. This approach unifies and generalizes a wide range of examples appearing in the literature: the symmetric formulation of $N$-dimensional rigid body and its generalization to other matrix groups; optimal control for ideal flow using the back-to-labels map; the double bracket equations associated to symmetric spaces. New examples are provided such as the optimal control formulation for the $N$-Camassa-Holm equation and a new geodesic interpretation of its singular solutions.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: 49J15, 49J20, 37K05, 58E30, 70H30.

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