Jayawardhana, B., Logemann, H. and Ryan, E. P., 2011. The Circle Criterion and Input-to-State Stability: new perspectives on a classical result. IEEE Control Systems Magazine, 31 (4), pp. 32-67.
This article provides an overview of the circle criterion and its connection with ISS. Classical absolute stability theory and the circle criterion in particular, is concerned with the analysis of a feedback interconnection of Lure type, which consists of a linear system in the forward path and a sector-bounded nonlinearity in the negative feedback path. Classical absolute stability results are revis ited in the context of systems described by differential inclusions and within a framework based on the complex Aizerman conjecture. Contrast with the classical literature that is focused mainly on asymptotic stability of the feedback interconnection, ISS issues are addressed and resolved.
|Item Type ||Articles|
|Creators||Jayawardhana, B., Logemann, H. and Ryan, E. P.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Mathematical Sciences|
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