Safety Verification of Hybrid Systems Using Barrier Certificates

@inproceedings{Prajna2004SafetyVO,
  title={Safety Verification of Hybrid Systems Using Barrier Certificates},
  author={Stephen Prajna and Ali Jadbabaie},
  booktitle={HSCC},
  year={2004}
}
This paper presents a novel methodology for safety verification of hybrid systems. For proving that all trajectories of a hybrid system do not enter an unsafe region, the proposed method uses a function of state termed a barrier certificate. The zero level set of a barrier certificate separates the unsafe region from all possible trajectories starting from a given set of initial conditions, hence providing an exact proof of system safety. No explicit computation of reachable sets is required in… CONTINUE READING
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