By Dirk Aeyels (auth.), Bernard Bonnard, Bernard Bride, Jean-Paul Gauthier, Ivan Kupka (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461232147

ISBN-13: 9781461232148

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ISBN-13: 9781461278351

The convention "Analysis of managed Dynamical structures" was once held in July 1990 on the college of LYON FRANCE. approximately hundred contributors attended this convention which lasted 4 days : there have been 50 audio system from departments of Engineering and arithmetic in east and west Europe, united states and USSR. the overall topic of the convention was once method conception. the most issues have been optimum keep watch over, constitution and keep watch over of nonlinear platforms, stabilization and observers, differential algebra and structures concept, nonlinear points of Hoc thought, inflexible and versatile mechanical structures, nonlinear research of signs. we're indebted to the clinical committee John BAILLIEUL, Michel FLIESS, Bronislaw JAKUBCZYCK, Hector SUSSMANN, Jan WILLEMS. We gratefully recognize the time and proposal they gave to this activity. we might additionally prefer to thank Chris BYRNES for arranging for the booklet of those lawsuits in the course of the sequence "Progress in structures and keep watch over Theory"; BIRKHAUSER. eventually, we're very thankful to the next associations who via their monetary aid contributed basically to the good fortune of this convention : CNRS, particular 12 months " Systemes Dynamiques", DRET, MEN-DAGIC, GRECO-AUTOMATIQUE, Claude Bernard Lyon I collage, Entreprise Rhone-Alpes foreign, Conseil basic du RhOne, the towns of LYON and VILLEURBANNE.

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2. dimr(x) = 1 if and only if dimr+(x) = 1 or dimr-(x) = 1. 2) is true only pointwise. In fact we can find a onedimensional, analytic system ~ which is transitive but is neither forward nor backward accessible. One example of such a system is as follows. Consider the function 1l'X) () =sin( gx --(5) 7rX 32 F. D. SONTAG It is easy to verify that Ig'(x)1 :::; 1 for all x E IR. Moreover, g(x) == 0 if and only if x E ~ \ {o}. Consider the following system: (6) with X == IR and U == [-1,1]. Since Ig'(x)1 :::; 1, this system is invertible.

Ordinary Differential Equations, Wiley, New York. [9] H. J. VAN DER SCHAFT, 1990. Nonlinear Dynamical Control Systems, Springer-Verlag, New York. [10] N. SREENATH, 1989. , Contempomry Mathematics, 97, American Mathematical Society, pp. 421-439. -S. WANG, 1990. D. Dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. Department of Aerospace/ Mechanical Engineering Boston University On the topological structure of inner functions and its use in identification of linear systems.

Our identification scheme consists in solving the sequence of rational approximation problems inf ~ERn Ilf - Ell q for increasing values of n, and to stop when the accuracy is good enough, or when the order becomes too big to be satisfactory. 52 L. BARATCHART A moment's thinking shows that the optimal p is really a function of q for each n, obtained by projecting orthogonally f onto the subspace Rn[z]/q of H:;. Let L(q)/q stand for this projection, and put t/J(q) = Ilf - L(q)/qI12. We can thus replace the former criterion by t/J and look for inf qER;;[zj t/J(q).

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