Evolution Equations and Control Theory
June 2019 , Volume 8 , Issue 2
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This work is a natural continuation of an earlier one [
In this article, we implement the algorithm based on the convex integration result proved in [
We consider the linear thermoelastic plate equations with free boundary conditions in uniform
For initial value problems associated with operator-valued Riccati differential equations posed in the space of Hilbert–Schmidt operators existence of solutions is studied. An existence result known for algebraic Riccati equations is generalized and used to obtain the existence of a solution to the approximation of the problem via a backward Euler scheme. Weak and strong convergence of the sequence of approximate solutions is established permitting a large class of right-hand sides and initial data.
The dynamic Maxwell equations with a conductivity term are considered. Conditions for the exponential and strong stability of an initial-boundary value problem are given. The permeability and the permittivity are assumed to be
In this paper we consider a porous-elastic system consisting of nonlinear boundary/interior damping and nonlinear boundary/interior sources. Our interest lies in the theoretical understanding of the existence, finite time blow-up of solutions and their exponential decay using non-trivial adaptations of well-known techniques. First, we apply the conventional Faedo-Galerkin method with standard arguments of density on the regularity of initial conditions to establish two local existence theorems of weak solutions. Moreover, we detail the uniqueness result in some specific cases. In the second theme, we prove that any weak solution possessing negative initial energy has the latent blow-up in finite time. Finally, we obtain the so-called exponential decay estimates for the global solution under the construction of a suitable Lyapunov functional. In order to corroborate our theoretical decay, a numerical example is provided.
The goal of this paper is to analyze the cost of boundary null controllability for the
In this paper, we study the indirect boundary stabilization of the Timoshenko system with only one dissipation law. This system, which models the dynamics of a beam, is a hyperbolic system with two wave speeds. Assuming that the wave speeds are equal, we prove exponential stability. Otherwise, we show that the decay rate is of exponential or polynomial type. Note that the results hold without the technical assumptions on the coefficients coming from the multiplier method: a sharp analysis of the behaviour of the resolvent operator along the imaginary axis is performed to avoid those artificial restrictions.
We solve the scattering problems for nonlinear Schrödinger equations with an inverse-square potential by applying the energy methods. The methods are optimized to the abstract semilinear Schrödinger evolution equations with nonautonomous terms.
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