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Practical systems with random abrupt changes in their dynamics represent a class of systems that has stochastic behavior and which can not be appropriately described by the linear time-invariant model usually used extensively in control theory. These abrupt changes resulted from many causes like failures, repairs, connection and disconnection of some components, etc. Among the systems that have random abrupt changes in their dynamics, we quote those of manufacturing systems, powers systems, telecommunications systems, etc.
KeywordsSingular System Markovian Jump Stochastic Stability State Feedback Controller Output Feedback Controller
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