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As aE(t)= a; and a" ( t )= a;, for t E [ne, n~ + E). Note that the state space of a E ( t )(resp, a;) is M = ( 1 , . . ,1). In addition, P ( a ; = k I a; = s,j) = a;. As shown in Yin et al. ) converges weakly to a ( . ) generated by Q,. 9) where [TIE]denotes the integer part of TIE. )(i) is the ith component of the vector ~ ((I),f . . , f (m))'. 4) is unique if the order of states in M is fixed and PEis given for sufficiently small E > 0. 4). " Such a decomposition of P may not be unique. As a result, there will be more than one nearly optimal solutions.
Then where v ( x ,i ) , for i = 1,. . , 1 , is given in Part (a). Proof. , we have, for a E M , 3 Production Planning in Discrete Time 51 where 6,p = 1 if ac = p and 0 otherwise. Using the hypothesis vE(x,a ) -+ vO(x,a ) and sending E -+ 0 lead to Therefore, 2 vk(x), for k = 1,. . , 1. where vk(x) = (vO(x,ski), . . ,vO(x,skmk))'. 2 imply that P%'(x) This proves Part (a). Next we establish Part (b). Let uE E I? denote an optimal control. 12) holds under uE. Sending E -+ 0 in the last m, equations leads to p*JvOJ where vOj"x) + .
Analysis, Control and Optimization of Complex Dynamic Systems (Gerad 25th Anniversary) by El-Kébir Boukas, Roland P. Malhamé