Adaptive boundary control for unstable parabolic PDEs - Part II: Estimation-based designs

  title={Adaptive boundary control for unstable parabolic PDEs - Part II: Estimation-based designs},
  author={Andrey Smyshlyaev and Miroslav Krstic},
Abstract— The certainty equivalence approach to adaptive control is commonly used with two types of identifiers: passivitybased identifiers and swapping identifiers. The ‘passive’ (also known as ‘observer-based’) approach is the prevalent identification technique in existing results on adaptive control for PDEs but has so far not been used in boundary control problems. The swapping approach, prevalent in finite dimensional adaptive control is employed here for the first time in adaptive control… CONTINUE READING
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