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Lecture Notes
in Control and Information Sciences 185

Editors: M. Thoma and W. Wyner

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R.E Curtain (Editor)
A. Bensoussan,
J.L. Lions (Honorary Eds.)

Analysis and Optimization
of Systems: State and Frequency
Domain Approaches for Infinite-
Dimensional Systems
Proceedings of the 10th Intemational Conference
Sophia-Antipolis, France, June 9-12, 1992

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Hence Xel is an eigenvector of H, and so it equals ~ , for some n E Z. From the

definition of 7, and ~'~ we conclude that ~', = Xei = XT, . I

From the above proof we see that Theorem 2.5 is still valid if we instead of Assump-
tion 1.4, assume that H has only eigenvalues.

3 S e l f - a d j o i n t , l X T o n n e g a t i v e a n d S t a b i l i z i n g S o l u t i o n s

In the theory of A R E one is interested in self-adjoint solutions and especially in non-
negative and stabilizing solutions. These solutions can be characterize in terms of the
eigenvectors and eigenvalues of H too. We shall give the characterization of self-adjoint
solutions in the following theorem and the characterization of nonnegative solutions in
Theorem 3.2. In Theorem 3.3 we shall give necessary conditions under which the solutions
are stabilizable.

T h e o r e m 3.1 Suppose that Assumptions 1.1 and 1.4 hold. I f the index set J C Z is such
that {7~, n E J} is a Riesz basis for Z and )q ~ --~j for all i , j E J, then the operator X
defined by

x7~ = ¢. / o r n ~ J (28)

is a self-adjoint solution of the ARE.

P r o o f That X is a solution of the A R E follows from Theorem 2.4. So it remains to show
that X is self-adjoint. Let J denote the operator on g \$ Z defined by

(0i
It is easy to see that

g ' J + J H = 0 (30)

on D(H).
We shall show that (Xr/~, 7m ) - (7~,Xrhn) = 0 for all n 6 O. Since {7, ,n E J} is a Riesz
basis for Z and X 6 / : ( Z ) we may then conclude that X is self-adjoint.

(xT. , 7..) - (7. ,x7~.) = (6., 7..) - (7., 6.,)

-7, . ' ¢,~ )
= (J~ . , ~. .)

i
- .~. +----~ [(2,,J¢,,, ~,.) + (J¢. ,~. .~, . )] (31)

i
- - - [ ( J H ~ , , e~, ) + ( J ¢ , , H~ , , , ) ]

1
- - - ( [ J H + H * J ] ~ . , ~ ) = 0 by (30).

U

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T h e o r e m 3.2 Suppose that Assumptions 1.I and 1.4 hold. Denote by J := {n E Z I
Re(l , ) < 0}. If {r/,, n E J} is a Riesz basis for Z, then the operator X defined by

Xr/, = ~, for n 6 J (32)

is a nonnegative self-adjoint solution of the ARE.

P r o o f From Theorem 3.1 we have that X is a self-adjoint solution of the ARE, so we
only have to show that X is nonnegative. Therefore define

:= span{@.}, (z,, z2)~ := (zx, Z2)zezl~. (33)
-EJ

Now it follows from the Assumptions that {(I),, n E J} is a Riesz basis for the Hilbert

( I ) By(32) w e h a v e t h a t l m ( S ) = Z . space Z. Define the operator S on Z as S := X "

From Theorem 2.4 we have that X E £(Z), and thus S E £(Z, Z). Introduce the operator
U(/): Z - 4 2 by

U(t)r/, = eX"'(I',. (34)

Let /1 : D(H) C Z, --* Z be given by H =/-/12" Then it follows immediately that

= - uCOr/., uco)r/. =

Note that /~ is a Riesz-spectral operator. Usin G the Assumptions we get that H generates
an exponentially stable Co-semigroup T(t) on Z. For every t _> 0 there holds T(t) 6 £(Z).
It is easy to see that

U(t) = T(t)S (36)
on span{r/,}.

nEJ
From the boundedness and linearity of S and T(t), the unicity of the bounded linear
extension of U(t) to Z and by (36) we obtain that

U(t) = TCt)S (37)
on the whole Hilbert space Z.
We introduce the operator L : Z (9 Z ---, Z (9 Z, which is given by

L = 0 0 "

For z 6 Z we have that

(Xz, z) = ( Z ] " - X r / - , Z . . r / . )
-EJ n~d

o ¢ . )
-EJ nEJ

= (~-'~ c~.L~. , ~ a , ,~ . ) (39)
ned nfiJ

=

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