Course on Linear Matrix Inequalities in Control

@inproceedings{Scherer1999CourseOL,
  title={Course on Linear Matrix Inequalities in Control},
  author={C. Scherer and Siep Weiland},
  year={1999}
}
Preface Objectives In recent years linear matrix inequalities (LMI's) have emerged as a powerful tool to approach control problems that appear hard if not impossible to solve in an analytic fashion. Although the history of LMI's goes back to the fourties with a major emphasis of their role in control in the sixties (Kalman, Yakubovich, Popov, Willems), only recently powerful numerical interior point techniques have been developed to solve LMI's in a practically efficient manner (Nesterov… CONTINUE READING
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