By Alessandro Astolfi, Lorenzo Marconi

ISBN-10: 1281118087

ISBN-13: 9781281118080

ISBN-10: 354074357X

ISBN-13: 9783540743576

ISBN-10: 3540743588

ISBN-13: 9783540743583

This ebook is a tribute to Prof. Alberto Isidori at the celebration of his sixty fifth birthday. Prof. Isidori’s proli?c, pioneering and high-impact learn job has spanned over 35 years. all through his occupation, Prof. Isidori has constructed ground-breaking effects, has initiated researchdirections and has contributed towardsthe foundationofnonlinear controltheory.In addition,his commitment to give an explanation for problematic concerns and di?cult strategies in an easy and rigorous method and to encourage younger researchers has been instrumental to the highbrow development of the nonlinear regulate neighborhood around the globe. the quantity collects 27 contributions written by way of a complete of fifty two researchers. The significant writer of every contribution has been chosen one of the - searchers who've labored with Prof. Isidori, have in?uenced his learn job, or have had the privilege and honour of being his PhD scholars. The contributions handle a signi?cant variety of regulate themes, together with th- retical concerns, complicated functions, rising keep watch over instructions and instructional works. the variety of the components lined, the variety of individuals and their overseas status supply proof of the effect of Prof. Isidori within the keep an eye on and structures concept groups. The ebook has been divided into six components: procedure research, Optimization equipment, suggestions layout, law, Geometric tools and Asymptotic research, re?ecting vital keep watch over parts which were strongly in- enced and, every now and then, pioneered via Prof. Isidori.

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For each pair (T, r) (where r ≥ 1) that is admissible for a convergent series c, the series c deﬁnes an i/o operator FcT,r on the set VT (r) := {u| u : [0, T ] → Rm , u ∞ ≤ r} by means of the following formula: Fc [u](t) = c, C[u](t) = c, w Vw [u](t) . f. [6]) that the series in (5) converges uniformly on [0, T ]. Note that, for every convergent series c, and for every two pairs (T1 , r1 ) and (T2 , r2 ) that are admissible for c, the functions FcT1 ,r1 and FcT2 ,r2 coincide on Vr (T ), where T = min{T1 , T2 } and r = min{r1 , r2 }.

2]. Now for any μ = (μ0 , μ1 , . ) in IRm,∞ , we deﬁne ψi (x, μ) = di dti h(ϕ(t, x, u)) (23) t=0 for i ≥ 0, where u is any C ∞ input with initial values u(j) (0) = μj . The functions ψi (x, μ) can be expressed, – applying repeatedly the chain rule, – as polynomials in the μj = (μ1j , . . , μmj ) whose coeﬃcients are analytic functions. For each ﬁxed μ ∈ IRm,∞ , let Fμ be the subspace of functions from M to R deﬁned by Fμ = spanR {ψ0 ( · , μ), ψ1 ( · , μ), ψ2 ( · , μ), . } , (24) and let Fμ (x) be the space obtained by evaluating the elements of Fμ at x for each x ∈ M.

W| = l if w = Xi1 Xi2 · · · Xil . Let Lm e,∞ denote the set of measurable, locally essentially bounded functions u : [0, ∞) → Rm . For each u ∈ Lm e,∞ and S0 ∈ R[[Θ]], consider the initial value problem m ˙ S(t) = X0 + Xi u i S(t), S(0) = S0 (3) i=1 seen as a diﬀerential equation over R[[Θ]]. A solution is an absolutely continuous curve, where derivative is understood coeﬃcient-wise. For any locally essentially bounded u( · ), by the Peano-Baker formula, there is always a solution in R[[Θ]] whose coeﬃcients are iterated integrals of u.

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