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By Eitan Altman, Tamer Başar, Naira Hovakimyan (auth.), Jerzy A. Filar, Vladimir Gaitsgory, Koichi Mizukami (eds.)

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The results obtained in this framework were then generalized to a larger class of linear systems [18], [19]. For the boundary control problems we refer the reader to [5], [23], [24], [25]. As far as we know, in the infinite-dimensional case, almost all ~ystems considered heretofore were linear and the cost functions (or kernel functions in terms of the terminology of game theory) were quadratic. The main advantage of dealing with quadratic cost functions is that they lead to linear optimal controllers: fJ-(x) = Fx , under which it is relatively easy to prove the stability of the feedback system.

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