Outer Bounds for the Parametric Controllable Solution Set with Linear Shape
We consider linear algebraic equations, where the elements of the matrix and of the right-hand side vector are linear functions of interval parameters, and their parametric AE-solution sets, which are defined by universal and existential quantifiers for the parameters. We present how some sufficient conditions for a parametric AE-solution set to have linear boundary can be exploited for obtaining sharp outer bounds of that parametric AE-solution set. For a parametric controllable solution set having linear boundary we present a numerical method for outer interval enclosure of the solution set. The new method has better properties than some other methods available so far.
KeywordsInterval linear systems Parameter dependencies AE-solution set Controllable solution set Solution enclosure Iteration method
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