GLOBAL STEADY-STATE STABILIZATION AND CONTROLLABILITY OF 1D SEMILINEAR WAVE EQUATIONS

@article{Coron2006GLOBALSS,
  title={GLOBAL STEADY-STATE STABILIZATION AND CONTROLLABILITY OF 1D SEMILINEAR WAVE EQUATIONS},
  author={Jean-Michel Coron and Emmanuel Tr{\'e}lat},
  journal={Communications in Contemporary Mathematics},
  year={2006},
  volume={08},
  pages={535-567}
}
  • J. Coron, E. Trélat
  • Published 1 August 2006
  • Mathematics
  • Communications in Contemporary Mathematics
This paper is concerned with the exact boundary controllability of semilinear wave equations in one space dimension. We prove that it is possible to move from any steady-state to any other one by means of a boundary control, provided that they are in the same connected component of the set of steady-states. The proof is based on an expansion of the solution in a one-parameter Riesz basis of generalized eigenvectors, and on an effective feedback stabilization procedure which is implemented. 

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