Cracidae: Their Biology and Conservation by Stuart Strahl, Silvia Beaujon

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17), when the Lagrange function (Lagrangian) is a difference (conservative), the Hamiltonian is a positive definite (a sum of these two parts), and vice versa, Eqs. 35). As one can see from the biological/chemical kinetics example, everything is correct from the optimal control perspective. We can define the penalty for a control—u, and the penalty for not being in the equilibrium state, where the state coordinate is the magnitude of deviation of the system from the equilibrium (it can be a zero point, x 5 0).

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