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An indirect trajectory optimization framework.

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Installation using pip

If you already have Python 3+ installed along with pip, then do::

$ pip install beluga

Installation using binaries

Binary files are located on `PyPI <>`_ and `GitHub <>`_.

Running a test problem

Open a terminal window and navigate to the folder where you installed beluga. Type the following commands to run the Brachistochrone problem::

$ cd examples/brachistochrone
$ python

The solver will proceed to solve the Brachistochrone problem.

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