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Turnpike properties for a class of piecewise deterministic systems arising in manufacturing flow control

Abstract : This paper deals with a general class of piecewise deterministic control systems that encompasses FMS flow control models. One uses the Markov renewal decision process formalism to characterize optimal policies via a discrete event dynamic programming approach. A family of control problems with a random stopping time is associated with these optimality conditions. These problems can be reformulated as infinite horizon deterministic control problems. It is then shown how the so-calledturnpike property should hold for these deterministic control problems under classical convexity assumptions. These turnpikes have the same generic properties as the attractors obtained via a problem specific approach in FMS flow control models and production planning and are calledhedging points in this literature.
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A. Haurie, Christian van Delft. Turnpike properties for a class of piecewise deterministic systems arising in manufacturing flow control. Annals of Operations Research, Springer Verlag, 1991, Vol.29,n°1, pp.351-373. ⟨10.1007/BF02283605⟩. ⟨hal-00482416⟩

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