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By Roberto Monaco,Miriam Pandolfi Bianchi,Salvatore Rionero

Lawsuits of the eleventh convention on WASCOM 2001, held June 3-9, 2001 in Porto Ercole, Italy. convention used to be held to debate difficulties, advertise collaborations and form destiny instructions for learn within the box of balance and wave propagation in non-stop media.

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We look for the solution of the problem (1)-(3) in the form n=l Starting with for f E C r 10, T] and using integration by parts, (2), (3), and (9), we obtain These equalities are evidently true for f E F~ as well. e. FT for any T > 0. g. Avdonin5 for the definition and properties of Riesz bases) that for some positive m and M and any finite sequence {a,) we have From (8)-(10) it follows now (see Avdonin5 for details) that and hence Moreover, the control operator u T , defined by uT : FTH X , uTf = u f ( .

20, 261 (1991). STATIONARY HEAT CONDUCTION IN A ROTATING FRAME ELVIRA BARBERA Department of Mathematics, University of Calabria, Cosenza, Italy We consider a problem of stationary heat conduction in a monatomic gas between two co-axial cylinders which are at rest in a non-inertial frame. Instead of the usual Navier-Stokes-Fourier theory, we employ extended thermodynamics with 13 moments. Three results follow: There is a tangential heat flux between the cylinders, no rigid rotation of the heat conducting gas is possible and there is a normal pressure field in the axial direction.

Here we show that one can completely recover the spectral data from the dynamical data. The construction of the spectral data uses a new result on spectral controllability for the Schrodinger equation, which we obtain by using the properties of exponential Riesz bases (nonharmonic Fourier series). From the spectral data, we solve the inverse problem by the Boundary Control method. 1 Introduction Inverse spectral methods have been actively studied in the past years for their relevance in a variety of classical and quantum applications As most inverse problems, identification problems are ill conditioned.

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