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Hamilton-Jacobi theory in the calculus of variations

Hanno Rund

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Published
**1973**
by Krieger in Huntington, N.Y
.

Written in English

- Calculus of variations.,
- Quantum theory.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Hanno Rund. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xi, 440 p. : |

Number of Pages | 440 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22141012M |

ISBN 10 | 0882750631 |

LC Control Number | 66013030 |

4. The Hamilton-Jacobi equation 5. Veri cation theorem 6. Existence of optimal controls - bounded control space 7. Sub and superdi erentials 8. Optimal control in the calculus of variations setting 9. Viscosity solutions Stationary problems 5. Duality theory 1. Model problems 2. Some informal computations File Size: 1MB. In this chapter, we present the classical Hamilton-Jacobi theory. This theory has played an enormous role in the development of theoretical and mathematical physics. On the one hand, it builds a bridge between classical mechanics and other branches of physics, in particular, by: 2.

This is an intuitively motivated presentation of many topics in classical mechanics and related areas of control theory and calculus of variations. All topics throughout the book are treated with zero tolerance for unrevealing definitions and for proofs which leave the reader in the dark. Euler-Lagrange and Hamilton-Jacobi theory and of the. the work of Euler, Lagrange, and Laplace. In the nineteenth century, Hamilton, Jacobi, Dirichlet, and Hilbert are but a few of the outstanding contributors. In modern times, the calculus of variations has continued to occupy center stage, witnessing major theoretical advances, along with wide-ranging applications in physics, engineering and all.

Questions tagged [hamilton-jacobi-equation] Ask Question Use this tag for questions related to the Hamilton-Jacobi equation, which in mathematics is a necessary condition describing extremal geometry in generalizations of problems from the calculus of variations and in physics is an alternative formulation of classical mechanics. In articles published in [l] and [2], and culminating in his book in [3] (see also [4]), Caratheodory introduced a unifying approach to problems in the Calculus of Variations, namely the concept of equivalent problems. This method leads immediately to the classical Hamilton-Jacobi theory. Recently, this approach has been modified to be useful in the solution of .

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It is mostly about mechanics, not the calculus of variations specifically. I was carrying it down the street one day and a physicist I didn't know stopped me and congrat. The Hamilton-Jacobi theory is the apotheosis of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics: action functions encode all of the possible trajectories of a mechanical system satisfying certain criteria.

These action functions are the solutions of a nonlinear, first-order partial differential equation, called the Hamilton-Jacobi equation. The characteristic equations of this differential equation Author: Oliver Johns.

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The calculus of variations is a field of mathematical analysis that uses variations, which are small changes in functions and functionals, to find maxima and minima of functionals: mappings from a set of functions to the real numbers.

Functionals are often expressed as definite integrals involving functions and their ons that maximize or minimize functionals may. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password.

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This point of view gives rise to the Hamilton–Jacobi theory and field theories. Related to this, there is also a whole chapter of the Calculus of Variations on mechanics and geometry. The Hamilton-Jacobi theory in the calculus of variations; its role in mathematics and physics.

The fundamentals of the Hamilton–Jacobi theory were developed by W. Hamilton in the s for problems in wave optics and geometrical optics. In Hamilton extended his ideas to problems in dynamics, and C.G.J. Jacobi () applied the method to the general problems of classical variational calculus.

This book describes the classical aspects of the variational calculus which are of interest to analysts, geometers and physicists alike. Volume 1 deals with the for mal apparatus of the variational calculus and with nonparametric field theory, whereas Volume 2 treats parametric variational problems as well as Hamilton Jacobi theory and the classical theory of partial Reviews: 1.

This long-awaited book by two of the foremost researchers and writers in the field is the first part of a treatise that covers the subject in breadth and Hamilton-Jacobi Theory and Partial Differential Equations of First Order.

Front Matter. Calculus of Variations Convexity Hamiltonian Formalism Lagrangian Formalism differential equation.

The book focuses on variational problems that involve one independent variable. The fixed endpoint problem and problems with constraints are discussed in detail. In addition, more advanced topics such as the inverse problem, eigenvalue problems, separability conditions for the Hamilton-Jacobi equation, and Noether's theorem are discussed.

This textbook on the calculus of variations leads the reader from the basics to modern aspects of the theory. One-dimensional problems and the classical issues such as Euler-Lagrange equations are treated, as are Noether's theorem, Hamilton-Jacobi theory, and in particular geodesic lines, thereby developing some important geometric and topological aspects.5/5(1).

Designed specifically for a one-semester course, the book begins with calculus of variations, preparing the ground for optimal control. It then gives a complete proof of the maximum principle and covers key topics such as the Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman theory of dynamic programming and linear-quadratic optimal control.

A study case in calculus of variations Control theory Optimal mass transportation Basic existence theory The Hamilton-Jacobi equation (HJ equation) is a special fully Stefano Bianchini An introduction to Hamilton-Jacobi equations.

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Focusing upon problems with one independent variable, the text connects the abstract theory to its use in concrete : Dover Publications.Rund, H. () The Hamilton-Jacobi Theory in the Calculus of Variations: Its Role in Mathematics and Physics.

D. Van Nostrand Co., New York. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Physics on the Adiabatically Changed Finslerian Manifold and Cosmology. AUTHORS: Anton A. Lipovka.Differential Geometry and the Calculus of Variations.

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