Duality Bounds in Robustness Analysis

@inproceedings{Jnsson1996DualityBI,
  title={Duality Bounds in Robustness Analysis},
  author={Ulf J{\"o}nsson and Anders Rantzer},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract Multipliers are used in stability theory to reduce conservatism and exploit structural information about system components. For an important class of problems in stability analysis, which result in infinite-dimensional convex multiplier optimization, a corresponding dual problem is stated. The dual gives valuable information about the original problem, in particular error bounds for ita finite-dimensional approximations. 

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