Controllability in oscillation dynamical systems
We consider the problem of controllability in oscillation dynamical systems. A solution of the local control problem is obtained for one class of systems of differential equations. An example of application of the main results is given.
KeywordsHamiltonian System Invariant Manifold Hamiltonian Function Invariant Torus Exponential Dichotomy
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