Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 210, Issue 2, pp 148–154 | Cite as

Thermoelastic Strip-Shaped Plate Motion Control: Optimal Restoration of Deflection from Incomplete Measurements With Errors



We consider a problem of motion control for a thermoelastic strip-shaped plate, namely, the problem of optimal restoration of its deflection in the presence of errors in temperature measurements. By the separation of variables, this problem is reduced to a problem for an infinite system of ordinary differential equations involving real signal observation. For each harmonic, using the incoming signal boost, we construct a universal optimal operation that allows us to restore the plate’s deflection at any of its points and at any time instant.


Function Versus Time Instant Motion Control Optimal Operation Incoming Signal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Yerevan State UniversityYerevanArmenia

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