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Lipschitz continuity of the value function in mixed-integer optimal control problems

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Title
Lipschitz continuity of the value function in mixed-integer optimal control problems
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Mathematics of Control, Signals & Systems, December 2016
DOI 10.1007/s00498-016-0183-4
Authors

Martin Gugat, Falk M. Hante

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