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Cheap compensation in disturbed linear dynamical systems with multi-input delays

  • Salma SouhaileEmail author
  • Larbi Afifi
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Abstract

In this paper, we investigate the remediability problem of any disturbances for a class of distributed systems with multiple input delays. We show how to remedy any disturbance effect with a convenient choice of the control operator through the observation. The developments are based on semigroups theory and using an extension of Hilbert Uniqueness Method. An application to hyperbolic systems is presented. The usual case of sensors and actuators is examined and numerical simulations are also given.

Keywords

Dynamical systems Control Delays Disturbance Observation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Sciences Ain ChockUniversity Hassan IIMaârif, CasablancaMorocco

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