This paper studies the exact controllability of the Maxwell system in a bounded domain, controlled by a current flowing tangentially in the boundary of the region, as well as the exact controllability the same problem but perturbed by a dissipative term multiplied by a small parameter in the boundary condition. This boundary perturbation improves the regularity of the problem and is therefore a singular perturbation of the original problem. The purpose of the paper is to examine the connection,...

This paper studies the exact controllability of the Maxwell system in a bounded domain, controlled by a
current flowing tangentially in the boundary of the region, as well as the exact controllability the
same problem but perturbed by a dissipative term multiplied by a small parameter in the boundary
condition. This boundary perturbation improves the regularity of the problem and is therefore a
singular perturbation of the original problem. The purpose of the paper is to examine the connection,
for...

We consider a boundary optimal control problem for the Maxwell system with a final value cost criterion. We introduce a time domain decomposition procedure for the corresponding optimality system which leads to a sequence of uncoupled optimality systems of local-in-time optimal control problems. In the limit full recovery of the coupling conditions is achieved, and, hence, the local solutions and controls converge to the global ones. The process is inherently parallel and is suitable for real-time...

We consider a boundary optimal control problem for the Maxwell system with a
final value cost criterion. We introduce a time domain decomposition procedure
for the corresponding optimality system which leads to a sequence of
uncoupled optimality systems of local-in-time optimal control problems. In
the limit full recovery of the coupling conditions is achieved, and, hence,
the local solutions and controls converge to the global ones. The process is
inherently parallel and is suitable for real-time...

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