Use of Pontryagin's maximum principle for solving optimum control problems of the processes of biosynthesizing secondary metabolites
Equipment of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Plants. Mechanization and Automation of Engineering Processes
KeywordsOrganic Chemistry Secondary Metabolite Control Problem Maximum Principle Optimum Control Problem
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