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Séminaire du département Automatique du 14/09/2017 à 14h00


Control of parabolic systems and application to a hierarchical control problem

Intervenant : Nicolás Carreño, Santiago, Chile

Lieu : B208 Gipsa-lab


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This talk is meant to be a brief overview of the control of linear parabolic equations and systems, using the heat equation as a model. As we will see, the control problem is equivalent to an observability inequality for the adjoint equation. We will present a strategy based on Carleman estimates to prove observability for equations and systems. Then, we will apply these ideas to a multi-objective control problem for a fourth-order parabolic equation, where we assume that we can act on the equation through a hierarchy of controls.

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