Stabilizability of Vector Systems with Uniform Actuation Unpredictability

@article{Arya2021StabilizabilityOV,
  title={Stabilizability of Vector Systems with Uniform Actuation Unpredictability},
  author={Rahul Arya and Chih-Yuan Chiu and Gireeja Ranade},
  journal={2021 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)},
  year={2021},
  pages={1895-1900}
}
Control strategies for vector systems typically depend on the controller's ability to plan out future control actions. However, in the case where model parameters are random and time-varying, this planning might not be possible. This paper explores the fundamental limits of a simple system, inspired by the intermittent Kalman filtering model, where the actuation direction is drawn uniformly from the unit hypersphere. The model allows us to focus on a fundamental tension in the control of… 

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