References from Hampath authors
Cotcot: conditions of order two, conjugate times;
Bocop: the optimal control solver.
- ct is an ADT project at Inria Sophia in AMDT mode, developed since 2019 by members of Inria Saclay Commands team, of the APO team from Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, and of McTAO team, with the help of Inria Sophia SED.
- Keywords: optimal control, direct transcription, shooting, automatic differentiation, differentiable programming, interoperable codes
- Visit the project website for download and documentation.
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