Linear Systems by Panos J. Antsaklis

By Panos J. Antsaklis

Based on a streamlined presentation of the authors’ winning paintings Linear Systems, this textbook presents an advent to structures concept with an emphasis on keep an eye on. preliminary chapters current priceless mathematical historical past fabric for a primary figuring out of the dynamical habit of platforms. every one bankruptcy comprises precious bankruptcy descriptions and directions for the reader, in addition to summaries, notes, references, and workouts on the finish. The emphasis all through is on time-invariant structures, either non-stop- and discrete-time.

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Additional Mathematical Preliminaries: Convergence Although most of what we will present in this subsection is true in a rather general setting, we will confine ourselves to the spaces {R^, R) or {C^, C). Using the concept of norm, we can define distance between vectors x and y in R^ [or in C^] by d{x, y) = \\x - y\\. The three basic properties of distance are given next and are a consequence of the axioms of a norm: (D-i) (D-ii) (D-iii) \\x - y\\> 0 for all vectors x, y and \\x - y\\ = 0 if and only if x = y; \\x - y\\ = \\y - x\\ for all vectors x, y; \\x - z\\ ^ \\x - y\\ + \\y — z\\ for all vectors x, y, z.

Assume that each component of ^ is differentiable and integrable on / . , di dt dg\ dt (0, (0 = dgn dt (0 b and g\{t)dt,.. g{t)dt = gn(t)dt It is easily verified that for b> a, g{t)dt\\ i)\\dt, Ja where again || • || denotes a norm on R^.

3) - 0 0 < r < 00 n is pointwise convergent and uniformly convergent = t, f{t) to the function -co < t 0, there exists a 8 = 8(6, to) > 0 such that \f(t) - f(to)\ < e whenever |^ - ^o| < ^• Since /„ converges t o / uniformly on E, given e > 0, there exists N = N(e) such that \fN(t) - f(t)\ < e/3 for all t G E.

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