Viscosity Solutions to Evolution Problems of Star-Shaped Reachable Sets

Authors

Mazurenko, S.

Source

NONLINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND APPLICATIONS NODEA 25: 29 (2018)

Abstract

The article deals with Lipschitz continuous differential inclusions that yield star-shaped reachable sets. The purpose of the paper is to show that the radial function of such reachable sets is a viscosity solution to a certain partial differential equation. As a result, the existing theory of viscosity solutions to first-order partial differential equations was applied to resolve the existence, uniqueness, and some calculation aspects. Several relaxations concerning the forms of the inclusion and the initial set were also considered.

Citation

Mazurenko, S., 2018: Viscosity Solutions to Evolution Problems of Star-Shaped Reachable Sets. Nonlinear Differential Equations and Applications NoDEA 25: 29.

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