Dynamic Programming and Optimal Control, Vol. 2 by Dimitri P. BertsekasThe purpose of this article is to show that the differential dynamic programming DDP algorithm may be readily adapted to cater for state inequality constrained continuous optimal control problems. In particular, a new approach using a multiplier penalty function scheme incorporated with the DDP algorithm is shown to be effective. The DDP algorithm, implemented in conjunction with a multiplier penalty function scheme, is compared to an established DDP algorithm variant and the gradient-restoration method. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Jacobson, and D. Mayne, Differential Dynamic Programming. American Elsevier: New York,
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