Feedback control in LQCP with a terminal inequality constraint
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This paper considers the linear-quadratic control problem (LQCP) for systems defined by evolution operators with a terminal state inequality constraint. It is shown that, under suitable assumptions, the optimal control exists, is unique, and has a closed-loop structure. The synthesis of the feedback control requires one to solve the integral Riccati equation for the unconstrainted LQCP and a linear integral equation whose solution depends on a real parameter satisfying an additional condition.
Key WordsLinear-quadratic control infinite-dimensional systems state constraints feedback control
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