Simultaneous Null Controllability for Two Stroke Nonlinear Systems: Application to the Sentinel of Detection in Population Dynamics Model with Incomplete Data

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29020/nybg.ejpam.v12i3.3459

Keywords:

Population dynamics, Null controllability, Carleman inequality, Simultaneous sentinel.

Abstract

This paper deals with the simultaneous null controllability for some nonlinear two stroke systems. We shall solve this problem by transforming the simultaneous null controllability of uncoupled initial systems into a null controllability of a coupled system via a change of variables. This last problem is solved thanks to a global Carleman inequality, appropriates estimates adapted to the system and via some fixed point theorems. The obtained results are used to build a simultaneous sentinel of detection in a population dynamics model with incomplete data.

Author Biographies

Cédric Kpèbbèwèwèrè Some, Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo,

Somdouda Sawadogo, Institut Des Sciences de Ouagadougou

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Some, C. K., & Sawadogo, S. (2019). Simultaneous Null Controllability for Two Stroke Nonlinear Systems: Application to the Sentinel of Detection in Population Dynamics Model with Incomplete Data. European Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 12(3), 870–892. https://doi.org/10.29020/nybg.ejpam.v12i3.3459