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Feedback stabilization for a chemostat with delayed output

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  • We apply basic tools of control theory to a chemostat model that describes the growth of one species of microorganisms that consume a limiting substrate. Under the assumption that available measurements of the model have fixed delay $\tau>0$, we design a family of feedback control laws with the objective of stabilizing the limiting substrate concentration in a fixed level. Effectiveness of this control problem is equivalent to global attractivity of a family of differential delay equations. We obtain sufficient conditions (upper bound for delay $\tau>0$ and properties of the feedback control) ensuring global attractivity and local stability. Illustrative examples are included.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 93D15, 92D25; Secondary: 34K20.


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