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An application of implicit function theorems to controllability problems of nonstationary discrete-time systems

  • Vu Ngok Phat


Pshenichnyi's implicit function theorem for multivalued mappings is applied to controllability problems for some classes of nonstationary discrete-time systems. New necessary and sufficient conditions of local controllability are obtained for linear discrete-time systems with control constraints.


Operating System Artificial Intelligence Controllability Problem System Theory Local Controllability 
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