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De Jong, Jenny (author), Fokkink, R.J. (author), Olsder, G.J. (author), Schwab, A.L. (author)
In a cycling time trial, the rider needs to distribute his power output optimally to minimize the time between start and finish. Mathematically, this is an optimal control problem. Even for a straight and flat course, its solution is non-trivial and<br/>involves a singular control, which corresponds to a power that is slightly above the aerobic...
journal article 2017
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
book chapter 2017
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de Jong, J. (author), Fokkink, R.J. (author), Olsder, G.J. (author), Schwab, A.L. (author)
The optimal pacing strategy of a cyclist in an individual time-trial depends on terrain, weather conditions and the cyclists endurance capacity. Previous experimental and theoretical studies have shown that a suboptimal pacing strategy may have a substantial negative effect. In this paper we express the optimal pacing problem as a...
conference paper 2016
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Olsder, G.J. (author), van der Woude, J.W. (author), Maks, J.G. (author), Jeltsema, D. (author)
book 2011
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Melikyan, A. (author), Olsder, G.J. (author)
Boundary-value problems for first order PDEs are locally considered, when the classical sufficient condition for the solution existence does not hold, but a solution still exists, possibly defined on one or both sides of the boundary surface. We note three situations when such a surface (locally) arises: (1) the part of the boundary surface with...
journal article 2010
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
Games are considered in which the role of the players is a hierarchical one. Some players behave as leaders, others as followers. Such games are named after Stackelberg. In the current paper, a special type of these games is considered, known in the literature as inverse Stackelberg games. In such games, the leader (or: leaders) announces his...
journal article 2009
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
Dynamic two-person games are considered, in which the roles of the players are hierarchical. One player behaves as a leader, the other one as a follower. Such games are named after Stackelberg. In the current paper, a special type of such games is considered, known in the literature as inverse Stackelberg games. In such games, the leader...
journal article 2009
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
public lecture 2008
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
public lecture 1998
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
Uitgegeven in opdracht van de Vereniging van Studie- en Studentenbelangen te Delft (VSSD).
book 1997
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Baccelli, F. (author), Cohen, G. (author), Olsder, G.J. (author), Quadrat, J.P. (author)
This book proposes a unified mathematical treatment of a class of 'linear' discrete event systems, which contains important subclasses of Petri nets and queuing networks with synchronization constraints. The linearity has to be understood with respect to nonstandard algebraic structures, e.g. the 'max-plus algebra'. A calculus is developed based...
book 1992
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Olsder, G.J. (author), Resing, J.A.C. (author), De Vries, R.E. (author), Keane, M.S. (author), Hooghiemstra, G. (author)
journal article 1990
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de Reus, N.M. (author), Moek, G. (author), Olsder, G.J. (author)
A worldwide navigation system called NAVSAT is discussed. This positioning system is based on satellites which broadcast information which can be used by receivers of this Information to estimate their position. The motion of the users is modelled by splines. The estimation procedure is based on the extended Kalman filter approach.
report 1987
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
public lecture 1984
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 1971
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
report 1969
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Olsder, G.J. (author)
report 1968
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