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3642137210
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Werner Krabs
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Controlled dynamical systems could be considered as dynamical systems in the strong sense, if the controls were . Stability, Controllability and Chaotic Behavior.

Controlled dynamical systems could be considered as dynamical systems in the strong sense, if the controls were incorporated into the state space. We, however, adapt the conventional treatment of controlled systems as in control theory. We are mainly interested in the question of controllability of dynamical systems into equilibrium states. In the non-autonomous time-discrete case we also consider the problem of stabilization. We conclude with chaotic behavior of autonomous time discrete systems and actual real-world applications.

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This book investigates uncontrolled and controlled time-continuous and time-discrete systems. It examines the question of controllability of dynamical systems into equilibrium states as well as chaotic behavior of autonomous time discrete systems.

Controllability and Chaotic Behavior. Werner Krabs and Stefan Pickl. Dynamical Systems: Stability. Controllability and Chaotic Behavior.

Dynamical systems: Controllability and chaotic behavior. Controlled dynamical systems could be considered as dynamical systems in the strong sense, if the controls were incorporated into the state space

Dynamical systems: Controllability and chaotic behavior. At the end of the nineteenth century Lyapunov and Poincar developed the so called qualitative theory of differential equations and introduced l considerations which have led to the concept of dynamical systems. In its present abstract form this concept goes back to . Controlled dynamical systems could be considered as dynamical systems in the strong sense, if the controls were incorporated into the state space. Krabs . Pickl S. 2 Mb).

The stability theory for such systems can also be found in in a slightly modified form. The next subsection deals with general linear systems for which we intro duce a new concept of stability and asymptotic stability that we adopt from. We start with autonomous systems in the first section of chapter 1. After theoretical preparations we examine the localization of limit sets with the aid of Lyapunov Functions. Applying these Lyapunov Functions we can develop a stability theory for autonomous systems. Applications to various fields illustrate these results.

Автор: Krabs Werner, Pickl Stefan Wolfgang Название: Analysis, Controllability and . Optimization and controllability of dynamical systems is treated, among others, with the aid of mapping theorems such as implicit function theorem and inverse mapping theorem.

Optimization and controllability of dynamical systems is treated, among others, with the aid of mapping theorems such as implicit function theorem and inverse mapping theorem.

Stability, Controllability and Observability. Controllability and observability are central in the design of control systems since, among other properties, they guarantee the existence of a stabilizing controller. This chapter contains a discussion on some fundamental system properties. Stability, from a geometric point of view, is related to the properties of system trajectories around an equilibrium point. Elementary Lyapunov techniques are employed to analyze and quantify the stability of a linear system. Such a controller can be designed as. u Kx.

Dynamical Systems : Stability, Controllability and Chaotic Behavior. by Werner Krabs and Stefan Pickl.

At the end of the nineteenth century Lyapunov and Poincaré developed the so called qualitative theory of differential equations and introduced geometric- topological considerations which have led to the concept of dynamical systems. In its present abstract form this concept goes back to G.D. Birkhoff. This is also the starting point of Chapter 1 of this book in which uncontrolled and controlled time-continuous and time-discrete systems are investigated. Controlled dynamical systems could be considered as dynamical systems in the strong sense, if the controls were incorporated into the state space. We, however, adapt the conventional treatment of controlled systems as in control theory. We are mainly interested in the question of controllability of dynamical systems into equilibrium states. In the non-autonomous time-discrete case we also consider the problem of stabilization. We conclude with chaotic behavior of autonomous time discrete systems and actual real-world applications.