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Obstructions quadratiques à la contrôlabilité, de la dimension finie à la dimension infinie

Abstract : We investigate the small-time local controllability of systems in the vicinity of an equilibrium. Given a small time, an initial data and a final data close from the equilibrium, is it possible to find a control (a source term) that guides the solution from the initial state to the wished final state at the given time? The natural method is to start by studying the controllability of the linearized system near the equilibrium. When this system is not controllable, it is necessary to continue the expansion with the quadratic order. In this note, we highlight the links between different recent results around this topic, in the particular case where the control is a single scalar input. These results tend to prove that, in this particular case, the quadratic order can only yield obstructions to controllability. We especially comment an exhaustive result obtained in collaboration with Karine Beauchard in finite dimension and a result contained in the thesis of the author, which involves a new kind of phenomenon in infinite dimension.
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Frédéric Marbach. Obstructions quadratiques à la contrôlabilité, de la dimension finie à la dimension infinie. Séminaire Laurent Schwartz - EDP et applications, Apr 2017, Saclay, France. ⟨10.5802/slsedp.106⟩. ⟨hal-01550938⟩



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