6 edition of Strongly Stabilizable Distributed Parameter Systems (Frontiers in Applied Mathematics) found in the catalog.
January 1, 1987
by Society for Industrial Mathematics
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||162|
Distributed parameter systems are modeled by sets of partial differential equations, boundary conditions and initial conditions, which describe the evolution of the state variables in several independent coordinates, e.g. space and time. Most distributed parameter models are derived from first-prin ciples, i.e. conservation of mass, energy and. Wang J and Wu H () Exponential Pointwise Stabilization of Semilinear Parabolic Distributed Parameter Systems via the TakagiźSugeno Fuzzy PDE Model, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, , (), Online publication date: 1-Feb
Part of the Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences book series (LNCIS, volume 75) Papers Table of contents (26 Identification and control for distributed parameters in porous media flow. Richard E. Ewing, John H. George Parameter identification problems for interconnected distributed parameter systems and applications to a. Ruth F. Curtain and Job.C. Oostveen, Normalized Coprime Factorizations for Strongly Stabilizable Systems, in Fritz Colonius, Uwe Helmke, Dieter Praetzel Wolters, Fabian Wirth (editors), Advances in Mathematical Systems Theory: a volume in honor of Diederich Hinrichsen, Birkhäuser, Boston, , Chap p. Ruth F. Curtain, George Weiss and Martin Weiss, Stabilization of irrational.
However, for a class of parabolic distributed parameter systems, namely those with a Riesz-spectral state operator and bounded input and output operators, one can provide bounds on the convergence of the agreement amongst the states. Both the case of full state feedback and output feedback case were considered for the case of full by: Control theory for linear systems Harry L. Trentelman Research Institute of Mathematics with the system parameter matrices. For example, the notion of output stabilizability, and the associated output stabilizable subspace of the system, turn out to be relevant in establishing necessary and sufﬁcient conditions for the existence of.
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This book provides a solid mathematical framework for a structured approach to strongly stabilizable systems through integration of fundamental theory, physical applications, and numerical results. The author includes a mathematical framework for studying PDE models of large flexible structures, an important class of applications.
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Control of Distributed Parameter Systems Selected Papers from the 6th IFAC Symposium, Edinburgh, UK, 27–29 June The main result is that if this system is open loop stabilizable i.e. x.) is square integrable for some u.), then the unstable part of the point spectrum of A consists of only point-spectrum with finite multiplicity.
Control of Distributed Parameter Systems covers the proceeding of the Third International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) Symposium on Control of Distributed Parameter Systems. The book reviews papers that tackle issues concerning the control of distributed parameter systems, such as modeling, identification, estimation.
Sensitivity Reduction by Strongly Stabilizing Controllers for MIMO Distributed Parameter Systems Article in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 57(8) August with 16 Reads. Control of Distributed Parameter Systems covers the proceedings of the Second IFAC Symposium, Coventry, held in Great Britain from June 28 to July 1, The book focuses on the methodologies, processes, and techniques in the control of distributed parameter systems, including boundary value control, digital transfer matrix, and differential Book Edition: 1.
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Research Directions in Distributed Parameter Systems is composed of eleven chapters, written by experts in their respective fields, on topics ranging from control of the Navier-Stokes equations to nondestructive evaluation all of which are modeled by distributed parameters systems.
Strongly stabilizable distributed parameter systems. Book. Jan ; Necessary and sufficient conditions for strong stability of distributed parameter systems. The class includes dissipative distributed parameter systems with collocated actuators and sensors and in addition, certain hybrid flexible View more Robustly stabilizing controllers for strongly stabilizable and detectable infinite-dimensional systems.
Strongly stabilizable distributed parameter systems. The book encompasses basic system theoretic notions, such as stability, stabilizability, detectability, coprime factorizations, and control. On a class of strongly stabilizable systems of neutral type.
the asymptotic stabilization of linear distributed parameter control systems of neutral type is considered. Book. Jan Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features paths control problem Control Theory converges Corollary cost covariance defined Definition delay dense differential equations distributed parameter systems E D An Introduction to Infinite-Dimensional Linear Systems Theory Ruth F.
Curtain. We provide a Newton–Kleinman type result for strongly stabilizable infinite-dimensional systems.
More precisely, provided that Σ (A, B, C) is strongly stabilizable and additional assumptions are satisfied, an iterative procedure for constructing the maximal self-adjoint solution to the CARE as the strong limit of Newton–Kleinman by: 2.
Normalized Coprime Factorizations for Strongly Stabilizable Systems. Authors; Necessary and sufficient conditions for strong stability of distributed parameter systems, Syst.
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