We give a nonlinear case where one can prove an existence and uniqueness theorem for the optimal control and we give some indications on the optimal control of systems governed by variational inequalities of stationary type a problem dealt with in collaboration with G. Duvaut ; we mention problems of optimal control of systems governed by variational inequalities of evolution which arise in biochemistry Kernevez . We conclude Chapter 3 by a remark of L.
Chapter 4 gives existence theorems for geometrical problems of optimization: optimal positions of sensors, optimal design, etc. Chapter 5 gives some indications on the possible applications of boundary layers in singular perturbations and how one can use these layers for simplifying the problem. Chapter 6 gives a short summary of some numerical techniques; one has to consider this brief review as a very preliminary report, since much work is now under way in a number of places.
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