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Stabilization of multidimensional wave equation with locally boundary fractional dissipation law under geometric conditions

This research is supported by the Lebanese University.
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  • In this paper, we consider a multidimensional wave equation with boundary fractional damping acting on a part of the boundary of the domain. First, combining a general criteria of Arendt and Batty with Holmgren's theorem we show the strong stability of our system in the absence of the compactness of the resolvent and without any additional geometric conditions. Next, we show that our system is not uniformly stable in general, since it is the case of the interval. Hence, we look for a polynomial decay rate for smooth initial data for our system by applying a frequency domain approach combining with a multiplier method. Indeed, by assuming that the boundary control region satisfy some geometric conditions and by using the exponential decay of the wave equation with a standard damping, we establish a polynomial energy decay rate for smooth solutions, which depends on the order of the fractional derivative.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: 35B35, 93B52, 93C20.


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