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In many practical situations, the parameters of a control system are not known exactly. For this reason, much recent literature is concerned with the sensitivity of dynamic optimization problems to small perturbations of their basic character. This thesis discusses the sensitivity of a general differential inclusion problem to perturbations of its objective function, dynamic constraint, and endpoint conditions. Such perturbations, here introduced by a finite-dimensional vector u, define a Valuedoi:10.14288/1.0095673 fatcat:a6ih27ysaravlib46wpzprbhxm