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Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems (Stability and Control: Theory, Methods and Applications, 14)

by Yu. A. Mitropolsky

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applied mathematics,
  • Differential Equations,
  • Control Theory,
  • Mathematics,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Applied,
  • Number Systems,
  • Mathematics / General,
  • Advanced,
  • Differentiable Dynamical Systems,
  • Differentiable dynamical syste,
  • Differential equations, Linear,
  • Stability

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9869759M
    ISBN 100415272211
    ISBN 109780415272216

    Summary Nonlinear systems with random structures arise quite frequently as mathematical models in diverse disciplines. This monograph presents a systematic treatment of stability theory and the theory of stabilization of nonlinear systems with random structure in terms of new developments in the direct Lyapunov's method. This paper considers two general concepts of dichotomy for noninvertible and nonautonomous linear discrete-time systems in Banach spaces. These concepts use two types of dichotomy projections sequences (invariant and strongly invariant) and generalize some well-known dichotomy concepts (uniform, nonuniform, exponential, and polynomial).Cited by:

    Dynamical Systems and Control 1st Edition. Edited by Firdaus E. Udwadia, H.I. Weber, George Leitmann. The 11th International Workshop on Dynamics and Control brought together scientists and engineers from diverse fields and gave them a venue to develop a greater understanding of this discipline and how it relates to many areas in science, engineering, economics, and biology. Stability and asymptotic estimates in nonautonomous linear differential systems Citation for published version (APA): Söderlind, G., & Mattheij, R. M. M. ().

    In this paper we consider some concepts of exponential splitting for nonautonomous linear discrete-time systems. These concepts are generalizations of some well-known concepts of (uniform and nonuniform) exponential dichotomies. Connections between these concepts are presented and some illustrating examples prove that these are distinct.   We study the differentiability properties of the topological equivalence between a uniformly asymptotically stable linear nonautonomous system and a perturbed system with suitable nonlinearities. Dichotomies in stability theory. Lecture Notes in Mathematics (Berlin: Springer, ).


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Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems (Stability and Control: Theory, Methods and Applications, 14) by Yu. A. Mitropolsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems (Stability and Control: Theory, Methods and Applications) 1st Edition by Yu.

Mitropolsky (Author), A.M. Samoilenko (Author), V.L. Kulik (Author) & 0 moreCited by: 1st Edition Published on Octo by CRC Press Linear nonautonomous equations arise as mathematical models in mechanics, chemistry, and biology.

The inv Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems - 1st Editio. Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems - CRC Press Book Linear nonautonomous equations arise as mathematical models in mechanics, chemistry, and biology.

The investigation of Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems book solutions to systems of differential equations involves some important and challenging problems of perturbation theory for invariant toroidal manifolds.

Linear nonautonomous equations arise as mathematical models in mechanics, chemistry, and biology. The investigation of bounded solutions to systems of differential equations involves some important and challenging problems of perturbation theory for invariant toroidal manifolds.

This monograph Price: $   Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems by Y. Mitropolskii,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Linear non-autonomous equations arise as mathematical models in mechanics, chemistry, and biology.

This book explores the preservation of invariant tori of dynamic systems under perturbation. It is a useful contribution to the literature on stability theory and provides a source of reference for postgraduates and researchers.

Linear nonautonomous equations arise as mathematical models in mechanics, chemistry, and biology. The investigation of bounded solutions to systems of differential equations involves some important and challenging problems of perturbation theory for invariant toroidal manifolds.

This monograph is a detailed study of the application of Lyapunov functions with variable sign, expressed in.

Linear non-autonomous equations arise as mathematical models in mechanics, chemistry, and biology. This book explores the preservation of invariant tori of dynamic systems under perturbation. for a class of linear nonautonomous systems. uction. The classical Liapunov approach to the study of asymptotic stability of an equilibrium of autonomous di erential equations relies on the exis-tence of a positive de nite Liapunov function with negative de nite time deriva-tive.

been investigations of nonautonomous differential equations, that is with time-dependent vectorfields, during this time, but it is only in the recent decade that a theory of nonautonomous dynamical systems has emerged synergizing parallel developments on time-dependent differential equations, control systems and ran-dom dynamical systems.

Dichotomies and Stability in Nonautonomous Linear Systems, Stability and Control: Theory, Methods and Applications, vol. 14, Taylor & Francis () Google Scholar [19]Cited by: 2. Main theme of this volume is the stability of nonautonomous differential equations, with emphasis on the Lyapunov stability of solutions, the existence and smoothness of invariant manifolds, the.

Concerning a necessary linear theory, our hyperbolicity concept is based on exponential dichotomies and splittings. This concept is in turn used to construct nonautonomous invariant manifolds, so-called fiber bundles, and deduce linearization theorems.

Main theme of this volume is the stability of nonautonomous differential equations, with emphasis on the Lyapunov stability of solutions, the existence and smoothness of invariant manifolds, the construction and regularity of topological conjugacies, the study of center manifolds, as well as their reversibility and equivariance by: Abstract This paper considers two general concepts of dichotomy for noninvertible and nonautonomous linear discrete-time systems in Banach concepts use two types of dichotomy.

The main theme of this book is the stability of nonautonomous di?erential equations, with emphasis on the study of the existence and smoothness of invariant manifolds, and the Lyapunov stability of solutions. We always c- sider a nonuniform exponential behavior of the linear variational equations, given by the existence of a nonuniform exponential contraction or a nonu- form exponential dichotomy.

Main theme of this volume is the stability of nonautonomous differential equations, with emphasis on the Lyapunov stability of solutions, the existence and smoothness of invariant manifolds, the construction and regularity of topological conjugacies, the study of center manifolds, as well as their reversibility and equivariance properties.

THE BOHL SPECTRUM FOR LINEAR NONAUTONOMOUS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS THAI SON DOAN, KENNETH J. PALMER, AND MARTIN RASMUSSEN Dedicated to the memory of George R. Sell Abstract. We develop the Bohl spectrum for nonautonomous linear differential equation on a half line, which is a spectral concept that lies between the Lyapunov and the Sacker–Sell.

In this paper we study the robustness of the stability in nonautonomous linear ordinary differential equations under integrally small perturbations in infinite dimensional Banach spaces.

Some applications are obtained to the case of rapidly oscillating perturbations, with arbitrarily small periods, showing that even in this case the stability is robust. Conditions to establish Mittag-Leffler stability of solutions for nonlinear nonautonomous discrete Caputo-like fractional systems just from the linear associated system is shown.

Mittag-Leffler stability for linear systems is tackled pointing out properties the matrix must : Luis Franco-Pérez, Guillermo Fernández-Anaya, Luis Alberto Quezada-Téllez. In the third section, the different flows induced by a family of linear Hamiltonian systems varying over a compact metric space (which usually arises in a natural way from a nonautonomous system Cited by: 3.Nonautonomous dynamical systems provide a mathematical framework for temporally changing phenomena, where the law of evolution varies in time due to seasonal, modulation, controlling or even random effects.

Our goal is to provide an approach to the corresponding geometric theory of nonautonomous.Stability in Nonautonomous Dynamics this simplification allows us to describe the main ideas without accessory technicalities. Consider the linear equation (1) in a Banach space X, for a family of bounded linear operators A(t) varying continuously with t ≥ 0.

We assume that (1) has unique solutions that are defined for all time t ≥ 0 Cited by: 1.