The IFIP-TC7, WG 7.2 Conference on Control Theory of Distributed Parameter Systems and Applications was held at Fudan University, Shanghai, China, May 6-9, 1990. The papers presented cover a wide variety of topics, e.g. the theory of identification, optimal control, stabilization, controllability, stochastic control as well as appplications in heat exchangers, elastic structures, nuclear reactor, meteorology etc.
Metods and models to design mobile controls on surface.- A geometrical theory for nonlinear least squares problems.- Domain variation for drag in stokes flow.- The existence of solutions to the infinite dimensional algebraic Riccati equations with indefinite coefficients.- Optimal control for data assimilation in meteorology.- On the stability of open population large scale system.- Temperature control system of heat exchangers -an application of dps theory.- Robust stabilization and finite dimensional controller design about a class of distributed parameter systems.- The asymptotic regulator design for nonlinear flexible structures with arbitrary constant disturbances.- Optimal control for infinite dimensional systems.- Numerical resolution of ill posed problems.- Controllability and indentifiability for linear time-delay systems in hilbert space.- A generalized Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation.- Dynamics and control of bending and torsional vibrations of flexible beams.- Strong solutions and optimal control for stochastic differential equations in duals of nuclear spaces.- Some new results on approximate controllability for semilinear systems.- Optimal control for a class of systems and its applications in the power factor optimization of the nuclear reactor.- Single input controllability for spectral systems in Banach spaces.- Distributed parameter systems with measure controls.- The existence and the uniqueness of optimal control of population evolution systems.- Reachability for a class of nonlinear distributed systems governed by parabolic variational inequalities.- Analysis of the boundary singularity of a singular optimal control problem.- Analysis of the parabolic control system with a pulse-width modulated sampler.
Series: Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences
Number Of Pages: 223
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99
Weight (kg): 0.38