
Accession Number : AD0673909
Title : CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STABILITY ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS USING FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS METHODS.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : SYRACUSE UNIV N Y DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Personal Author(s) : Krikorian,John S. , Jr
Report Date : JUL 1968
Pagination or Media Count : 122
Abstract : New stability criteria for nonlinear, timevarying control systems both in continuous and discrete form, have been obtained using functional analysis methods. Several of the new results involve simple geometrical constructions in the complex frequency plane which provide the required stability information in a manner similar to the Popov criterion. The contraction mapping fixed point theorem is used to obtain information on the finite time stability of a class of continuous and discrete systems. The discussion on the finite time stability of systems, while not exhaustive in its treatment of different classes of systems, does give a representative indication of what can be accomplished using this fixed point theorem. A class of systems is investigated in which each system consists of a parallel combination of a timevarying gain and a static nonlinear operator, followed by an operator that satisfies an inner product inequality. A second class of systems is investigated in which each system is characterized by a series combination of a timevarying gain and a static nonlinear operator, followed by an operator that satisfies an inner product inequality. A geometrical interpretation, similar to the Popov criterion, is used to determine the stability of a system from these two classes of systems when the operator satisfying the inner product inequality is a linear timeinvariant convolution operator. (Author)
Descriptors : (*ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, CONTROL SYSTEMS), STABILITY, NONLINEAR SYSTEMS, FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS, SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, OPERATORS(MATHEMATICS), FOURIER ANALYSIS, FEEDBACK, DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS, INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS, THEOREMS
Subject Categories : Operations Research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE