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Distributed Bilinear Systems: Positive and Negative Results on Controllability.
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WISCONSIN UNIV-MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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This paper outlines results presented on the problem of controlling bilinear distributed parameter systems. Specifically, we give results showing that one cannot control a bilinear distributed parameter system to a full open neighborhood of an infinite dimensional state space. Nevertheless, we do present a result which allows identification of an accessible set of states for a class of hyperbolic control systems.
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