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Stabilization of linear systems

by Vasile Drăgan

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Published by Birkhauser in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • System analysis.,
  • Linear systems.,
  • Stability.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementVasile Dragan, Aristide Halanay.
    SeriesSystem and control, Systems & control.
    ContributionsHalanay, Aristide.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA402 .D73 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 308 p. :
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL382235M
    ISBN 100817639705
    LC Control Number98044617

    This book originates from several editions of lecture notes that were used as teach-ing material for the course ‘Control Theory for Linear Systems’, given within the framework of the national Dutch graduate school of systems and control, in the pe-riod from to The aim of this course is to provide an extensive treatment. This paper considers a finite-dimensional linear time-varying system and is concerned with the question: What is the relation between controllability properties of the system and various degrees of Cited by:

    This book presents a unified algebraic approach to stabilization problems of linear boundary control systems with no assumption on finite-dimensional approximations to the original systems, such as the existence of the associated Riesz basis.   We introduce the concept of “stabilization by rotation” for deterministic linear systems with negative trace. This concept encompasses the well-known concept of “vibrational stabilization” introduced by Meerkov in the s and is a deterministic version of ‘stabilization by noise’ for stochastic systems as introduced by Arnold and coworkers in the by: 4.

    Book Description. Stochastic differential equations in infinite dimensional spaces are motivated by the theory and analysis of stochastic processes and by applications such as stochastic control, population biology, and turbulence, where the analysis and control of such systems involves investigating their stability. The interconnection between two (or more) physical systems is always accompanied by transfer phenomena (material, energy, information), such as transport and atically speaking, transport and propagation phenomena can be represented by delay this way the corresponding overall systems are governed by a special type of differential equations, namely delay.


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: Stabilization of Linear Systems (Systems & Control: Foundations & Applications) (): Vasile Dragan, Aristide Halanay: Books. About this book One of the main problems in control theory is the stabilization problem consisting of finding a feedback control law ensuring stability; when the linear approximation is considered, the nat­ ural problem is stabilization of a linear system by linear state feedback or by using a linear dynamic controller.

Stability and Stabilization of Linear Systems with Saturating Actuators is a valuable reference for electrical, mechanical, chemical and aeronautical engineers working on control applications, as well as graduate students and researchers interested in the development of new tools and theoretical results concerning systems with cturer: Springer.

"This book is a very clear and comprehensive exposition of several aspects of linear control theory connected with the stabilizability problems. The first chapter introduces the basic notions of stability and the problem of stabilization by means of feedback.

Stabilization of Linear Systems Vasile Dragan, Aristide Halanay (auth.) One of the main problems in control theory is the stabilization problem consisting of finding a feedback control law ensuring stability; when the linear approximation is considered, the nat­ ural problem is stabilization of a linear system by linear state feedback or by.

Book Description This book presents a unified algebraic approach to stabilization problems of linear boundary control systems with no assumption on finite-dimensional approximations to the original systems, such as the existence of the associated Riesz basis. One of the main problems in control theory is the stabilization problem consisting of finding a feedback control law ensuring stability; when the linear approximation is considered, the nat­ ural problem is stabilization of a linear system by linear state feedback or by using a linear dynamic controller.

Stationary stabilization of linear systems Nonstationary low-frequency stablization of linear systems Nonstationary high-frequency stabilization of linear systems Stabilization of discrete-time systems.

Series Title: Stability oscillations and optimization of systems, v. Responsibility: Gennady A. Leonov and Magomet M. Shumafov.

A taxonomy of constraints paves distinct paths showing what is feasible and what is not. Internal and External Stabilization of Linear Systems with Constraints is an excellent reference for practicing engineers, graduate students, and researchers in control systems theory and design.

Stability and Stabilization of Linear Systems with Saturating Actuators details both basic concepts and tools fundamental for the analysis and synthesis of linear systems subject to actuator saturation and, in a formal though didactic fashion, developments in recent research.

The authors consider a state-space approach and focus on the problems of stability analysis and the synthesis of. Review Text. "This book is a very clear and comprehensive exposition of several aspects of linear control theory connected with the stabilizability problems.

The first chapter introduces the basic. Simultaneous Stabilization of Linear Systems is devoted to a single question from Linear Systems Theory: "When is it possible to find a controller that stabilizes a finite family of systems?", known as the Simultaneous Stabilization Question.

This question is satisfactorily solved when the number of systems is limited to two but is open for three or more systems. Brand new Book.

One of the main problems in control theory is the stabilization problem consisting of finding a feedback control law ensuring stability; when the linear approximation is considered, the nat ural problem is stabilization of a linear system by linear.

Although inspired by engineering applications, the content is presented within a strong theoretical framework and with a solid mathematical background, and the reference models are always finite dimensional, time-invariant multivariable linear systems.

The book focuses on the time domain approach, but also considers the frequency domain approach, discussing the relationship between the two. Abstract The general problem of stabilization of linear systems consists of designing a controller that uses information on a measurable output in order to influence the behavior of the state considered as a deviation from a desired by: Simultaneous Stabilization of Linear Systems is devoted to a single question from Linear Systems Theory: "When is it possible to find a controller that stabilizes a finite family of systems.

Simultaneous stabilization of linear systems. [Vincent Blondel] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vincent Blondel.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC. The first chapter introduces the basic notions of stability and the problem of stabilization by means of feedback.

The interest in the linear case is motivated by the theorem of stability for the first approximation. Chapter 2 is devoted to finite-dimensional, time-continuous, time-invariant linear systems.

The book covers foundations of linear control systems, their raison detre, different types, modelling, representations, computations, stability concepts, tools for time-domain and frequency-domain analysis and synthesis, and fundamental limitations, with an emphasis on frequency-domain methods.

“The book focuses on two design problems for nonlinear continuous-time control systems, namely stabilization and output regulation. The book is useful for both researchers and for use in graduate courses in control engineering.” (Tibor Takács, Mathematical Reviews, August, ).

With Springer he already published the book Liapunov Functions and Stability in Control Theory (ISBN ). Show all. Reviews Stability of Unforced Linear Systems.

Pages Bacciotti, Andrea. Preview Buy Chap95 Brand: Springer International Publishing.ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: 1 online resource (xiv, pages) Contents: 1. Introduction Stability Concepts: The Problem of Stabilization Linear Systems with Constant Coefficients: The Theorem on Stability by the Linear Approximation An Overview of Some Stabilization Problems --Notes and References In this chapter, let us discuss the stability of system and types of systems based on stability.

What is Stability? A system is said to be stable, if its output is under control. Otherwise, it is said to be unstable. A stable system produces a bounded output for a given bounded input.

The following figure shows the response of a stable system.