Time-Varying Matrix Left Pseudoinverse

  • Yunong ZhangEmail author
  • Dongsheng Guo


In this chapter, focusing on time-varying matrix left pseudoinversion, we propose, generalize, develop, and investigate five different ZD models by introducing five different ZFs. In addition, the link between the ZD models and the Getz–Marsden (G-M) dynamic system is discovered and presented for time-varying matrix left pseudoinversion. Computer simulation results further substantiate the theoretical analysis and show the effectiveness of the proposed ZD models derived from different ZFs on solving for the time-varying matrix left pseudoinverse.


Left Pseudoinverse Time-varying Matrix Single Sampling Period Convergence Performance Tikhonov Regularization Method 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Information Science and TechnologySun Yat-sen UniversityGuangzhouChina

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