Robust Stability of Multivariate Polynomials
This chapter deals with stability analysis of multivaric’ polynomials.The maximal class of polynomials is introduced such that polynomials of this class preserve stability under small variations of the coefficients. Basic properties of such stable polynomials are discussed. Some robust stability conditions are given.
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