Nonnegative control of finite-dimensional linear systems

 J. Lohéac, E. Trélat, E. Zuazua. Nonnegative control of finite-dimensional linear systems. Ann. I. H. Poincare-An. (2020). DOI: j.anihpc.2020.07.004 Abstract. We consider the controllability problem…

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Shape turnpike for linear parabolic PDE models

G. Lance, E. Trélat, E. Zuazua. Shape turnpike for linear parabolic PDE models  Syst. Control. Lett. Vol. 142 (2020). DOI: 10.1016/j.sysconle.2020.104733 Abstract: We introduce and…

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A stochastic approach to the synchronization of coupled oscillators

Umberto Biccari, Enrique Zuazua. A stochastic approach to the synchronization of coupled oscillators. Frontiers in Energy Research, section Smart Grids. Front. Energy Res. Vol. 8 (2020).…

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Asymptotic behavior and control of a “guidance by repulsion” model

Dongnam Ko, E. Zuazua, Asymptotic behavior and control of a “guidance by repulsion” model. Math Models Methods Appl. Sci. Vol. 30, No. 04, pp. 765-804…

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Stochastic persistency of nematic alignment state for the Justh-Krishnaprasad model with additive white noises

Seung-Yeal Ha, Dongnam Ko, Woojoo Shim, Hui Yu, . Stochastic persistency of nematic alignment state for the Justh-Krishnaprasad model with additive white noises. Math Models…

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Emergent collective behaviors of stochastic kuramoto oscillators

Seung-Yeal Ha, Dongnam Ko, Chanho Min, Xiongtao Zhang. Emergent collective behaviors of stochastic kuramoto oscillators. Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 1059-1081 (2020) DOI: 10.3934/dcdsb.2019208 Abstract.…

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Optimal control applied to collective behaviour

The standard approach for solving a driving problem is a leadership strategy, based on the attraction that a driver agent exerts on other agent. Repulsion forces are mostly used for collision avoidance, defending a target or describing the need for personal space. We present a “guidance by repulsion” model describing the behaviour of two agents, a driver and an evader…

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