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Czeczot Jacek (Silesian University of Technology), Łaszczyk Piotr (Silesian University of Technology)
Tytuł
Application of the Simple Additive Modeling of the First Principle Model Inaccuracies for the Offset-Free Process Control
Źródło
Control and Cybernetics, 2014, vol. 43, nr 2, s. 261-277, rys., bibliogr. s. 275-277
Słowa kluczowe
Teoria kontroli, Teoria optymalizacji, Modelowanie systemowe
Control theory, Optimization theory, System modeling
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Abstrakt
An optimal control problem with a state constraint of inequality type and with dynamics described by a semilinear hyperbolic equation in divergence form with the non-homogeneous boundary condition of the third kind is considered. The state constraint contains a functional parameter that belongs to the class of continuous functions and occurs as an additive term. We study the properties of solutions of linear hyperbolic equations in divergence form with measures in the original data and compute the first variations of functionals on the basis of a so-called two-parameter needle variation of controls. We consider the necessary conditions for minimizing sequences in an optimal control problem with a pointwise in time state constraint of inequality type and with dynamics described by a semilinear hyperbolic equation in divergence form with the non-homogeneous boundary condition of the third kind. For the parametric optimization problem, we also consider regularity and normality conditions stipulated by the differential properties of its value function. (original abstract)
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