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The Wave Equation: Control and Numerics

  • Sylvain Ervedoza
  • Enrique Zuazua
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 2048)

Abstract

In these Notes we make a self-contained presentation of the theory that has been developed recently for the numerical analysis of the controllability properties of wave propagation phenomena and, in particular, for the constant coefficient wave equation. We develop the so-called discrete approach. In other words, we analyze to which extent the semidiscrete or fully discrete dynamics arising when discretizing the wave equation by means of the most classical scheme of numerical analysis, shear the property of being controllable, uniformly with respect to the mesh-size parameters and if the corresponding controls converge to the continuous ones as the mesh-size tends to zero. We focus mainly on finite-difference approximation schemes for the one-dimensional constant coefficient wave equation. Using the well known equivalence of the control problem with the observation one, we analyze carefully the second one, which consists in determining the total energy of solutions out of partial measurements. We show how spectral analysis and the theory of non-harmonic Fourier series allows, first, to show that high frequency wave packets may behave in a pathological manner and, second, to design efficient filtering mechanisms. We also develop the multiplier approach that allows to provide energy identities relating the total energy of solutions and the energy concentrated on the boundary. These observability properties obtained after filtering, by duality, allow to build controls that, normally, do not control the full dynamics of the system but rather guarantee a relaxed controllability property. Despite of this they converge to the continuous ones. We also present a minor variant of the classical Hilbert Uniqueness Method allowing to build smooth controls for smooth data. This result plays a key role in the proof of the convergence rates of the discrete controls towards the continuous ones. These results are illustrated by means of several numerical experiments.

Keywords

Wave Equation Observability Property Observability Inequality Uniform Observability Fourier Extension 
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Notes

Acknowledgements

When preparing the last version of this manuscript we were supported by Alejandro Maas Jr., internship student from the Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (UTFSM), Chile, visiting BCAM for two months early 2011. He contributed to improve our plots and also to run the numerical experiments we present here. We express our gratitude to him for his efficient and friendly help. This work was supported by the ERC Advanced Grant FP7–246775 NUMERIWAVES, the Grant PI2010–04 of the Basque Government, the ESF Research Networking Program OPTPDE and Grant MTM2008–03541 of the MICINN, Spain. The first author acknowledges the hospitality and support of the Basque Center for Applied Mathematics where part of this work was done.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CNRS; Institut de Mathématiques, de Toulouse UMR 5219ToulouseFrance
  2. 2.Université de Toulouse; UPS, INSA, INP, ISAE, UT1, UTM; IMTToulouseFrance
  3. 3.BCAM - Basque Center for Applied MathematicsBilbaoBasque Country, Spain
  4. 4.Ikerbasque Research Professor, Ikerbasque - Basque Foundation for ScienceBilbaoBasque Country, Spain

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