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Diffusion and robustness of boundary feedback stabilization of hyperbolic systems

Abstract

We consider the problem of boundary feedback control of single-input-single-output (SISO) one-dimensional linear hyperbolic systems when sensing and actuation are anti-located. The main issue of the output feedback stabilization is that it requires dynamic control laws that include delayed values of the output (directly or through state observers) which may not be robust to infinitesimal uncertainties on the characteristic velocities. The purpose of this paper is to highlight some features of this problem by addressing the feedback stabilization of an unstable open-loop system which is made up of two interconnected transport equations and provided with anti-located boundary sensing and actuation. The main contribution is to show that the robustness of the control against delay uncertainties is recovered as soon as an arbitrary small diffusion is present in the system. Our analysis also reveals that the effect of diffusion on stability is far from being an obvious issue by exhibiting an alternative simple example where the presence of diffusion has a destabilizing effect instead.
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hal-03891982 , version 1 (09-12-2022)

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Georges Bastin, Jean-Michel Coron, Amaury Hayat. Diffusion and robustness of boundary feedback stabilization of hyperbolic systems. 2022. ⟨hal-03891982⟩
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