By Alessandro Astolfi, Lorenzo Marconi
This ebook is a tribute to Prof. Alberto Isidori at the get together of his sixty fifth birthday. Prof. Isidori’s proli?c, pioneering and high-impact learn task has spanned over 35 years. all through his occupation, Prof. Isidori has built ground-breaking effects, has initiated researchdirections and has contributed towardsthe foundationofnonlinear controltheory.In addition,his commitment to provide an explanation for elaborate matters and di?cult recommendations in an easy and rigorous manner and to encourage younger researchers has been instrumental to the highbrow progress of the nonlinear regulate neighborhood around the globe. the amount collects 27 contributions written by way of a complete of fifty two researchers. The primary writer of every contribution has been chosen one of the - searchers who've labored with Prof. Isidori, have in?uenced his examine task, or have had the privilege and honour of being his PhD scholars. The contributions tackle a signi?cant variety of keep an eye on themes, together with th- retical concerns, complicated purposes, rising regulate instructions and instructional works. the variety of the parts lined, the variety of members and their foreign status offer proof of the effect of Prof. Isidori within the regulate and structures concept groups. The ebook has been divided into six elements: method research, Optimization tools, suggestions layout, law, Geometric equipment and Asymptotic research, re?ecting vital keep watch over parts which were strongly in- enced and, from time to time, pioneered through Prof. Isidori.
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Whence a (dynamical) system is deﬁned as a triple Σ = (T, W, B) with B, the behavior , a subset of WT (WT is standard mathematical notation for the set of all maps from T to W). The behavior is the central object in this deﬁnition. It formalizes which signals w : T → W are possible, according to the model: those in B, and which are not: those not in B. The behavioral framework treats a model for what it is: an exclusion law. Of course, in applications, the behavior B must be speciﬁed somehow, and it is here that diﬀerential equations (and diﬀerence equations for discrete-time systems) enter the scene.
A ﬁnite number of subsystems are interconnected, each with a ﬁnite number of terminals. Our view of interaction through terminals is certainly not the end point of the development of formalizing the interaction of systems. There are many interactions between subsystems that do not ﬁt this ‘terminal’ paradigm: actions at a distance (as gravity), rolling and sliding, mixing, components that are interconnected through distributed surfaces, etc. Interconnecting systems through terminals ﬁts very well lumped electrical and mechanical systems, many hydraulic systems, some thermal systems, etc.
D. Sontag and Y. Wang |Fd [v](t) − Fdk [v](t)| < ε ∀t ∈ [0, T ], (14) for all v ∈ VT (r), all d ∈ S, where for each d, dk is the polynomial given by dk = c, w w . |w|≤k Let c ∈ S and ε > 0 be given. Choose k such that (14) holds for all d ∈ S and v ∈ VT (r) with ε replaced by ε/4. Then, |Fc [v](t) − Fd [v](t)| ≤ |Fck [v](t) − Fdk [v](t)| + ε/2 = |Fck −dk [v](t)| + ε/2 ≤ | c − d, w Vw [v](t)| + ε/2. |w|≤k Let R = max 0≤j≤k rj T j j! It follows from (13) that Vw [v] ∞ ≤ R for all v ∈ VT (r) and for all w with |w| ≤ k.
Analysis and design of nonlinear control systems : in honor of Alberto Isidori by Alessandro Astolfi, Lorenzo Marconi