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Robust and adaptive control for managed ecologies

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Humans manage (or control) ecological systems for numerous reasons – Harvesting of food, conservation of endangered species, eradication of unwated pests. In this talk we will consider a range of control systems ideas and techniques inspired by these ecological applications. Specifically we will look at adaptive control in a context of management of pests and PI control in a context of sustainable harvesting. Underpinning these developments is a key notion of “positive state controllability”.

This talk is part of the Applied Mathematics Seminar Series series.

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