Cybernetics and Systems Analysis

, Volume 31, Issue 6, pp 869–877 | Cite as

Passive-state generation mechanisms and stabilization of dynamic systems

  • V. G. Il'ichev
Systems Analysis


In the models of passive-state formation considered above we have assumed for simplicity constant control parameters. In reality, the control parameters are functions of time, environmental factors, and the values of the “active” variables [7, 8]. These functions are “reasonably” constructed: under “bad” conditions the variables shift to a passive state, and when “good” conditions are restored, the variables switch back to active state.

It is relevant to develop and analyze the corresponding model circuits. Here we can expect to observe even stronger stabilization effects in the behavior of complex systems.

In conclusion, I would like to thank an anonymous referee for useful comments.


Dynamic System Environmental Factor Operating System Artificial Intelligence Complex System 
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