Zeno hybrid systems

@inproceedings{Zhang2001ZenoHS,
  title={Zeno hybrid systems},
  author={Jun Zhang and Karl Henrik Johansson and John Lygeros and S. Shankar Sastry},
  year={2001}
}
SUMMARY The interacting continuous and discrete dynamics in hybrid systems may lead to Zeno executions, which are solutions of the system having in"nitely many discrete transitions in "nite time. Although physical systems do not show Zeno behaviour, models of real systems may be Zeno due to modelling abstraction. It is hard to analyse such models with the existing theory. Since abstraction is an important tool in the hierarchical design of hybrid systems, one would like to determine when it may… CONTINUE READING

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