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We discuss various inequalities related to the Sobolev, Poincare inequalities et the trace theory.

The optimal time for the controllability of linear hyperbolic systems in one dimensional space with one-side controls has been obtained recently for time-independent coefficients in our previous works. In this paper, we consider linear hyperbolic systems with time-varying zero-order terms. We show the possibility that the optimal time for the null-controllability becomes significantly larger than the one of the time-invariant setting even when the zero-order term is indefinitely differentiable. When the analyticity with respect to time is imposed for the zero-order term, we also establish that the optimal time is the same as in the time-independent setting.

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Cakoni and Nguyen recently proposed very general conditions on the coefficients of Maxwell equations for which they established the discreten ess of the set of eigenvalues of the transmission problem and studied their locations. In this paper, we establish the completeness of the generalized eigenfunctions and derive an optimal upper bound for the counting function under these conditions, assuming additionally that the coefficients are twice continuously differentiable. The approach is based on the spectral theory of Hilbert-Schmidt operators.

2021The controllability cost for the heat equation as the control time $T$ goes to 0 is well-known of the order $e^{C/T}$ for some positive constant $C$, depending on the controlled domain and for all initial datum. In this paper, we prove that the constant $C$ can be chosen to be arbitrarily small if the support of the initial data is sufficiently close to the controlled domain, but not necessary inside the controlled domain. The proof is in the spirit on Lebeau and Robbiano's approach in which a new spectral inequality is established. The main ingredient of the proof of the new spectral inequality is three-sphere inequalities with partial data.

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