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Optimal control and stablilization for linear continuous-time mean-field systems with delay

by   Xiao Ma, et al.

This paper studies optimal control and stabilization problems for continuous-time mean-field systems with input delay, which are the fundamental development of control and stabilization problems for mean-field systems. There are two main contributions: 1) To the best of our knowledge, the present paper is first to establish the necessary and sufficient solvability condition for this kind of optimal control problem with delay, and to derive an optimal controller through overcoming the obstacle that separation principle no longer holds for multiplicative-noise systems; 2) For the stabilization problem, under the assumption of exact observability, we strictly prove thatthe system is stabilizable if and only if the algebraic Riccati equation has a unique positive definite solution.


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