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- H∞-Control for Distributed Parameter Systems: A State-Space Approach
- H∞ Control For Distributed Parameter Systems: A State Space Approach
- Proceedings of the 10th International Conference Sophia-Antipolis, France, June 9–12, 1992
- H∞ Control For Distributed Parameter Systems: A State Space Approach 1993
Mezic, "Spillover stabilization in finitedimen-sional control and observer design for dissipative evolution equations", SIAM J. Ito and K. Morris, "An approximation theory of solutions to operator Riccati equations for Hm control", Proc.
H∞-Control for Distributed Parameter Systems: A State-Space Approach
Krstic and A. Heat Transfer , Lu and J. Control Inf. Maidi, M. Diaf, and J. Corriou, "Boundary control of a parallel-flow heat exchanger by input-output linearization", J. Process Control 20, Malinowski and J.
Chen, "Analytical solutions of the equations for the transient temperature field in the three-fluid parallel-channel heat exchanger with three thermal communications", Int. Heat Mass Transfer 96, Nambu, "On stabilization of partial differential equations of parabolic type: boundary observation and feedback", Funkcialaj Ekvacioj, Serio Internacia 28, Orlov and L. Pohjolainen and I. Latti, "Robust controllers for boundary control systems", Int. Control 38, Sano and N. Kunimatsu, "An application of inertial manifold theory to boundary stabilization of semilinear diffusion systems", J.
Sano and Y. Sano, "On reachability of parallel-flow heat exchanger equations with boundary inputs", Proc. Japan Acad. A, No. Sano and S. Nakagiri, "Stabilization of a coupled transportdiffusion system with boundary input", J. Hewitt, Hemisphere Pub. Similar topics of scientific paper in Mathematics , author of scholarly article — H.
H∞ Control For Distributed Parameter Systems: A State Space Approach
A posteriori error estimates for continuous interior penalty Galerkin approximation of transient convection diffusion optimal control problems. A fourth-order accurate quasi-variable mesh compact finite-difference scheme for two-space dimensional convection-diffusion problems. Las dtdr. Parallel-flow heat exchangeprocess Remark 2.
Formullotioii oaf rCia curtem. In the above, the operator A3 is unbounded, whereas all the other operatorsare bounded. Ci,3 0.
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference Sophia-Antipolis, France, June 9–12, 1992
Evolution of the output z i 4. Evolution of the states, input, and outputs Ifthe assumption A2 is satisfied,the closed-loop stability with system 8 isassured,ifthe integer n is chosen sufficiently large. High frequency asymptotic approach for incomplete spectral and local controllability. Modelling and controllability of plate-beam systems.
H∞ Control For Distributed Parameter Systems: A State Space Approach 1993
A simple viscoelastic damper model — Application to a vibrating string. Controllability of a rotating beam. Min-Max game theory for a class of boundary control problems. Microlocal methods in the analysis of the boundary element method. Stochastic control approach to the control of a forward parabolic equation, reciprocal process and minimum entropy. Observability of hyperbolic systems with interior moving sensors.
Decay of solutions of the wave equation with nonlinear boundary feedback. Boundary approximate controllability for semilinear heat equations. On the stabilization of the wave equation. The hankel singular values of a distributed delay line a fredholm equation approach.
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Hannsgen, Olof J. Staffans, Robert L. Some extremal problems linked with indentification from partial frequency data.
Approximation of infinite dimensional discrete time linear systems via balanced realizations and an application to fractional filters. Robust controller design for uncertain time delay systems. Parameter identification of large spacecraft systems based on frequency characteristics. Donald R. Augestein, John S. Baras, Shalom M. On the optimal minimax tuning of controllers for distributed parameter systems. Back Matter. About these proceedings Introduction This volume contains the proceedings of the conference "state and Frequency Domain Approaches to Infinite-Dimensional Systems".
The aim was to bring together engineers and mathematicians working in the field of linear infinite-dimensional systems who are specialists in one or more of the following categories of mathematical approaches: semigroup approches,p. Since these approaches use very different sophisticated mathematical techniques, it is unusual for a scientist to be expert in all of them.
On the other hand, there different approaches all purport to address the same control problems for the same classes of linear infinite-dimensional systems. It is therefore important to compare and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these different mathematical techniques. To help ameliorate the communication gab a series of introductory tutorial lectures were given by specialists in the above-mentioned fields.
There were complemented by some key survey papers on more recent research, as well as by papers representing original research in these areas.