By Dan Tiba

ISBN-10: 3540467556

ISBN-13: 9783540467557

ISBN-10: 3540535241

ISBN-13: 9783540535249

The publication is dedicated to the learn of dispensed keep an eye on difficulties ruled through numerous nonsmooth kingdom structures. the most questions investigated contain: life of optimum pairs, first order optimality stipulations, state-constrained structures, approximation and discretization, bang-bang and regularity homes for optimum keep watch over. so as to supply the reader a greater evaluation of the area, numerous sections take care of subject matters that don't input at once into the introduced topic: boundary keep watch over, hold up differential equations. In a subject matter nonetheless actively constructing, the tools could be extra vital than the consequences and those comprise: tailored penalization concepts, the singular keep an eye on structures technique, the variational inequality strategy, the Ekeland variational precept. a few necessities with regards to convex research, nonlinear operators and partial differential equations are amassed within the first bankruptcy or are provided properly within the textual content. The monograph is meant for graduate scholars and for researchers drawn to this sector of mathematics.

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Barbu [13]. It consists in the approximation of the given problem by a family of smooth optimization problems and it allows the characterization of all the optimal pairs. The results presented here play an important role in the next chapters, in the study of optimal control problems with state equation involving unbounded nonlinear operators: variational inequalities, free boundary problems. I. An ab~Ccraet control problem We present, in an abstract setting, a general approximating process of nonlinear control problems.

Proof We subtract the equations corresponding to y~,y~ and multiply by Yt - Yt: 2. + 1/2 d/dt I grad(y E- Yk ) LZ(Fl) 2. + f (/5~-(y~t)- /35'(Ytk ) ) . ( Yt¢=_ y~)d¢= 0. 69). 14. , _inZ, ~me/an =/~:~'tYt)m t e "e [q~(t), -B*m~t(t) + u~(t) - u*(t)] = ~LE (yE(t), u~(t)) in [0,T]. e. [0,T]. 13. 27). 15. 27). , in a weak sense. 14. } is bounded in L2(~). It is easy to infer that { hE(y£t)[m~l 2} is bounded in LI(~) too. 5) implies that { ]~ (y~)] is also bounded in L2(~). f.. F_ Young shows as in the proof of Thm.

1) and f~LP(Q), yo~ Wlo'P(f')). 5. f~ such that ~ELP(I~I). Then (p) has a unique solution yEW2'I'P(Q). Proof First we remark that, by modifyin~ f with a constant, we may assume 0E~(O). Let[3~ be the Yosida approximation of~. ~, has a unique solution y ~ W2'1'2(Q). 3, an iterative argument based on the Lipschitz property o f ~ , shows that y6E W2'I'P(Q). "o, >,"<,,<<,, = = I n f ~ ( y . ) d x d t < I f l - p . ~ ~ ~ L (~) f'~ ~ Lp(O) where lip + 1/p' = 1. The mapping ~ is monotone and ~'c (0) = 0 as OE/~(O).

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