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Controllability of evolution differential inclusions in Banach spaces. (English) Zbl 1128.93005

The authors study the controllability of distributed systems modeled by the evolution differential inclusion

d dt[y(t)-g(t,y(t))]A(t)y(t)+F(t,y(t))+(Bu)(t),t[0,b]·(1)

In this equation, y(t)X, u(t)U, where X and U are Banach spaces, A(t) generates an evolution operator U(t,s) on X, and F is a multivalued map. Assuming some appropriate boundedness conditions, and that the operator W:L 2 ([0,b],U)X defined by

W(u)= 0 b U(b,s)(Bu)(s)ds

admits a bounded inverse modulo kerW, they establish that the system (1) is exactly controllable on [0,b].

93C25Control systems in abstract spaces
34G25Evolution inclusions
34H05ODE in connection with control problems