There is no reason why an arbitrary subset K should be viable under a given control system. The introduction of the concept of viability kernel does not exhaust the problem of restoring viability by keeping the same dynamics of the control system and “shrinking” the environment to its viability kernel. We devote this chapter to two other methods for restoring viability without changing the environment.
KeywordsVariational Inequality Connection Matrix Closed Convex Hull Connection Matrice Graphical Restriction
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