In this section, the IEEE Control Systems Society publishes reviews of books in the control field Geometric Control Theory—Velimir Jurdjevic (New York: Cam-. GEOMETRIC. CONTROL THEORY. VELIMIR JURDJEVIC. University of Toronto 8 Non-holonomic aspects of control theory. Notes and sources. Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics: Geometric Control Theory Series Number 52 by Velimir Jurdjevic, , available at Book Depository.
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The second part deals with optimal control, the question of finding the best possible course.
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