Sparse Jurdjevic-Quinn stabilization of dissipative systems


For control-affine systems with a proper Lyapunov function, the classical Jurdjevic–Quinn procedure (see [22]) gives a well-known and widely used method for the design of feedback controls that asymptotically stabilize the system to some invariant set. In this procedure, all controls are in general required to be activated, i.e. nonzero, at the same time… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.automatica.2017.08.012

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