Differential Inclusions, Control and Optimization 24 (2004)
41-48
doi: 10.7151/dmdico.1051
Yuri E. Gliklikh and Andrei V. Obukhovski
Faculty of Mathematics
Voronezh State University
Universitetskaya pl., 1
394006, Voronezh, Russia
e-mail: yeg@alg.vsu.ru
e-mail: avo@mathd.vsu.ru
Keywords: differential inclusions, Carathéodory conditions, velocity hodograph, Riemannian manifold, two-point bounadry value problem.
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 58C06, 58C30, 34A60, 70G45.
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Received 15 April 2004