Distributed Systems with Persistent Memory: Control and Moment Problems by Luciano PandolfiDistributed Systems with Persistent Memory: Control and Moment Problems by Luciano Pandolfi

Distributed Systems with Persistent Memory: Control and Moment Problems

byLuciano Pandolfi

Paperback | November 20, 2014

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The subject of the book includes the study of control problems for systems which are encountered in viscoelasticity, non-Fickian diffusion and thermodynamic with memory. The common feature of these systems is that memory of the whole past history persists in the future. This class of systems is actively studied now, as documented in the recent book. This book will attract a diversified audience, in particular, engineers working on distributed systems, and applied mathematicians. Background of mathematics are the elements of functional analysis, which is now standard among people working on distributed systems, and the author describes very clearly the instruments which are used at every step.
Title:Distributed Systems with Persistent Memory: Control and Moment ProblemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:152 pagesPublished:November 20, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319122460

ISBN - 13:9783319122465

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Table of Contents

An Example.- The Model and Preliminaries.- Moment Problems and Exact Controllability.- Controllability of the Wave Equation.- Systems with Persistent Memory: Controllability via Moment Methods.- Systems with Persistent Memory: The Observation Inequality.

Editorial Reviews

"The book introduces all of the tools of functional analysis which are used in the proofs and each chapter contains more than ten problems . . All these make reading interesting both for mathematicians and engineers working on distributed systems." (Sergei A. Ivanov, Mathematical Reviews, January, 2016)