On a Boundary Controllability Problem for a System Governed by the Two-Dimensional Wave Equation
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The boundary controllability of oscillations of a plane membrane is studied. The magnitude of the control is bounded. The controllability problem of driving the membrane to rest is considered. The method of proof proposed in this paper can be applied to any dimension but only the two-dimensional case is considered for simplicity.
This work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation, project no. 16-11-10343.
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