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Author Khapalov, Alexander Y., author
Title Mobile point sensors and actuators in the controllability theory of partial differential equations / Alexander Y. Khapalov
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer International Publishing, [2017]
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 Mathematics Library  QA402.3 K43 2017    AVAILABLE    30340200559817
Descript xvi, 233 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-233) and index
Introduction -- Continuous Observability of the Heat Equation Under a Single Mobile Point Sensor -- Continuous Observability of Second-Order Parabolic Equations Under Degenerate Mobile Sensors -- Behavior of Solutions of the Semilinear Heat Equation in Vanishing Time and Controllability -- Controllability of the Semilinear Heat Equation with a Sublinear Term and a Degenerate Actuator -- Controllability of the Semilinear Reaction-Diffusion Equation with a Degenerate Actuator -- Semilinear Parabolic Equations: Mobile Point Controls Versus Locally Distributed Ones -- Degenerate Sensors in Source Localization and Sensor Placement Problems -- Continuous Observability of Hyperbolic Equations under Degenerate Sensors -- Controllability of the Wave Equation Governed by Mobile Point Controls -- Exponential Decay for the Wave Equation Equipped with a Point Damping Device -- A Vibrating String with Shuttle-Like Point Dampers and Related Observability Properties
This book presents a concise study of controllability theory of partial differential equations when they are equipped with actuators and/or sensors that are finite dimensional at every moment of time. Based on the author's extensive research in the area of controllability theory, this monograph specifically focuses on the issues of controllability, observability, and stabilizability for parabolic and hyperbolic partial differential equations. The topics in this book also cover related applied questions such as the problem of localization of unknown pollution sources based on information obtained from point sensors that arise in environmental monitoring. Researchers and graduate students interested in controllability theory of partial differential equations and its applications will find this book to be an invaluable resource to their studies
Subject Control theory -- Mathematical models
Differential equations, Partial
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