Boundary Control for Exponential Stabilization of Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems Modeled by PIDEs
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2013 IEEE. This paper studies boundary control for exponential stabilization for a distributed parameter system, modeled by semi-linear parabolic partial integro-differential equations (PIDEs) in a 1-D spatial domain. A boundary controller based on boundary measurement is designed for exponential stabilization of the PIDE system, and it is implemented by controlling and measuring only one endpoint of the 1-D spatial domain. With the Lyapunov direct method and Wirtinger's inequality, a sufficient condition for exponential stabilization of the PIDE system with a given decay rate is investigated. Dealing with a special case of PIDE systems, one lemma called Yang inequality is proposed, and a new less conservative sufficient condition is investigated. An example with two cases is given to show the effectiveness and less conservativeness of the proposed methods by using Yang inequality.