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Input to State Stability: Basic Concepts and Results

  • Eduardo D. Sontag
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 1932)

The analysis and design of nonlinear feedback systems has recently undergone an exceptionally rich period of progress and maturation, fueled, to a great extent, by (1) the discovery of certain basic conceptual notions, and (2) the identification of classes of systems for which systematic decomposition approaches can result in effective and easily computable control laws. These two aspects are complementary, since the latter approaches are, typically, based upon the inductive verification of the validity of the former system properties under compositions (in the terminology used in [62], the “activation” of theoretical concepts leads to “constructive” control).

This expository presentation addresses the first of these aspects, and in particular the precise formulation of questions of robustness with respect to disturbances, formulated in the paradigm of input to state stability. We provide an intuitive and informal presentation of the main concepts. More precise statements, especially about older results, are given in the cited papers, as well as in several previous surveys such as [103, 105] (of which the present paper represents an update), but we provide a little more detail about relatively recent work. Regarding applications and extensions of the basic framework, we give some pointers to the literature, but we do not focus on feedback design and specific engineering problems; for the latter we refer the reader to textbooks such as [27, 43, 44, 58, 60, 66, 96].

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Lyapunov Function IEEE Conf Global Asymptotic Stability Feedback Stabilization Disturbance Attenuation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eduardo D. Sontag
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  1. 1.Department of MathematicsRutgers UniversityPiscatawayUSA

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