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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Jan H. van Schuppen
    Pages 3-5
  3. Jean-Yves Le Boudec, Patrick Thiran
    Pages 7-14
  4. Stéphane Gaubert, Ricardo Katz
    Pages 15-22
  5. Sébastien Lahaye, Laurent Houssin, Jean-Louis Boimond
    Pages 23-30
  6. Christiano P. Pessanha, Rafael Santos-Mendes
    Pages 31-38
  7. Laurent Truffet
    Pages 39-45
  8. Mehdi Lhommeau, Laurent Hardouin, Bertrand Cottenceau
    Pages 47-54
  9. Manuel Silva, Laura Recalde
    Pages 55-62
  10. René David, Hassane Alla
    Pages 63-70
  11. Marco Gribaudo, András Horváth
    Pages 71-78
  12. Roberta Armosini, Alessandro Giua, M. Teresa Pilloni, Carla Seatzu
    Pages 79-86
  13. Mariapia Saccomani, Stefania Audoly, Giuseppina Bellu, Leontina D’Angiò
    Pages 87-93
  14. Andreas Kremling, Katja Bettenbrock, Sophia Fischer, Martin Ginkel, Thomas Sauter, Ernst Dieter Gilles
    Pages 95-102
  15. Michel Kieffer, Eric Walter
    Pages 103-110
  16. Claudine Chaouiya, Elisabeth Remy, Brigitte Mossé, Denis Thieffry
    Pages 119-126
  17. Julien Arino, Pauline van den Driessche
    Pages 135-142
  18. Yacine Chitour, Frédéric Grognard, Georges Bastin
    Pages 143-150
  19. Jean-Luc Gouzé
    Pages 151-158
  20. Mohamed Laabissi, Mohamed E. Achhab, Joseph J. Winkin, Denis Dochain
    Pages 159-166
  21. Patrick De Leenheer, David Angeli, Eduardo D. Sontag
    Pages 167-174
  22. Morris W. Hirsch, Hal L. Smith
    Pages 183-190
  23. Patrick De Leenheer, David Angeli, Eduardo D. Sontag
    Pages 191-198
  24. Ulrich Krause
    Pages 199-206
  25. Stephen J. Kirkland
    Pages 215-216
  26. Cristina Jordán, Juan R. Torregrosa
    Pages 217-224
  27. Rafael Cantó, Ana M. Urbano
    Pages 225-232
  28. Rafael Bru, Carmen Coll, Sergio Romero-Vivo, Elena Sánchez
    Pages 233-240
  29. Begoña Cantó, Carmen Coll, Elena Sánchez
    Pages 249-255
  30. Mario Cavani, Sael Romero
    Pages 273-280
  31. Ettore Fornasini, Maria Elena Valcher
    Pages 297-304
  32. Karl-Heinz Förster, Béla Nagy
    Pages 305-312
  33. László Gerencsér, Gábor Molnár-Sáska
    Pages 313-320
  34. Bernd Heidergott
    Pages 321-328
  35. Dariusz Idczak, Marek Majewski
    Pages 329-336
  36. Lars Imsland, Bjarne A. Foss
    Pages 337-344
  37. Tadeusz Kaczorek
    Pages 345-352
  38. Henry G. Potrykus, Frank Allgöwer, S. Joe Qin
    Pages 361-368
  39. Stanisław Walczak, Dariusz Idczak
    Pages 369-376

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book contains the proceedings of the First Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Positive Systems Theory and Applications (POSTA 2003) held in Rome, Italy, on August 28-30, 2003.  Positive Systems are systems in which the relevant variables assume nonnegative values. These systems are quite common in applications where variables represent positive quantities such as populations, goods, money, time, data packets flowing in a network, densities of chemical species, probabilities etc. The aim of the symposium was to join together researchers working in the different areas related to positive systems such as telecommunications, economy, biomedicine, chemistry and physics in order to provide a multidisciplinary forum where they have the opportunity to exchange ideas and compare results in a unifying framework.

Keywords

Biological Systems Markov Max-Plus Algebra Nonlinear system Nonnegative Matrices Positive Systems Positivity communication optimization systems theory

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b79667
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin/Heidelberg 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-40342-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-44928-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0170-8643
  • Series Online ISSN 1610-7411
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