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With recognize to the 1st variation as quantity 218 within the Lecture Notes in Con­ trol and data Sciences sequence the elemental suggestion of the second one variation has remained an identical: to supply a compact presentation of a few easy rules within the classical idea of input-output and closed-loop balance, including a call of contributions to the new concept of nonlinear powerful and 1foo regulate and passivity-based regulate. however, a few components of the ebook were completely revised and/or multiplied, which will have a extra balanced presen­ tation of the idea and to incorporate the various new advancements that have been taken position because the visual appeal of the 1st variation. I quickly learned, how­ ever, that it's not attainable to provide a extensive exposition of the prevailing literature during this quarter with out affecting the spirit of the e-book, that is accurately geared toward a compact presentation. in order a consequence the second one variation nonetheless displays a great deal my own style and learn pursuits. I belief that others will write books emphasizing varied elements. significant alterations with recognize to the 1st version are the next: • a brand new part has been extra in bankruptcy 2 referring to L2-gain and passivity through scattering, emphasizing a coordinate-free, geometric, therapy. • The part on balance in bankruptcy three has been completely improved, additionally incorporating a few fresh effects offered in [182J.

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E. 49) CHAPTER 3. DISSIPATIVE SYSTEMS THEORY 44 which needs to be satisfied for all x EX. 49). Furthermore, it follows from the theory of dynamic programming that if Sa and Sr (assuming existence) are C l , they are actually solutions of the HamiltonJacobi (-Bellman) equality 1 1 Sx(x)f(x) + -2SAx)g(x)gT (x)S; (x) 2y 1 + -2hT (x)h(x) = O. 50) will be given in Chapter 8. 3 Stabilization of passive systems Consider a passive system (cf. 33) with storage function S, that is dS < uTy. 52) with v E IRm the new input.

81) has L2-gain ~ y from (u, u) to (y, ji). ). having largest singular value ~ ~. ). 80) that I; p has L2-gain ~ y. 0 This last corollary can be extended to dynamic perturbations lowing way. ). 81) has L2-gain ~ y from (u, u) to (y, ji». ). with state ~, inputs ji and outputs u, and having L2-gain ~ ~ with C I storage function S6 (~) ::: O. Then the closed-loop system has L2-gain ~ y from u to y, with storage function Sex) + y2 S6 (~). CHAPTER 3. y2 II it 112 -! :!. has L2-gain ::: ; with storage function StJ,.

E2 > O. Thus S is a candidate Lyapunov function for the closedloop system with el = e2 = O. In fact. 8. 7 Suppose 1:1 and 1:2 have L2-gain ::: YI and ::: Y2. with YI . Y2 < 1. 56) are C l and have strict local minima at xi = 0, xi = O. and 1:1 and 1:2 are zero-state detectable. Then x· = (xi, xi) is an asymptotically stable equilibrium of the closed-loop system 1:! ~ with el = e2 = 0, which is globally asymptotically stable if additionally "'I . "'2 SI. S2 have global minima at xi = 0, xi = 0 and are proper.

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