Author | Kaszkurewicz, Eugenius. author |
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Title | Matrix Diagonal Stability in Systems and Computation [electronic resource] / by Eugenius Kaszkurewicz, Amit Bhaya |

Imprint | Boston, MA : Birkhรคuser Boston : Imprint: Birkhรคuser, 2000 |

Connect to | http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-1346-8 |

Descript | XIV, 267 p. online resource |

SUMMARY

This monograph presents a collection of results, observations, and examples related to dynamical systems described by linear and nonlinear ordinary differential and difference equations. In particular, dynamical systems that are susceptible to analysis by the Liapunov approach are considered. The naive observation that certain "diagonal-type" Liapunov functions are ubiquitous in the literature attracted the attention of the authors and led to some natural questions. Why does this happen so often? What are the speยญ cial virtues of these functions in this context? Do they occur so frequently merely because they belong to the simplest class of Liapunov functions and are thus more convenient, or are there any more specific reasons? This monograph constitutes the authors' synthesis of the work on this subject that has been jointly developed by them, among others, producing and compiling results, properties, and examples for many years, aiming to answer these questions and also to formalize some of the folklore or "culยญ ture" that has grown around diagonal stability and diagonal-type Liapunov functions. A natural answer to these questions would be that the use of diagonalยญ type Liapunov functions is frequent because of their simplicity within the class of all possible Liapunov functions. This monograph shows that, although this obvious interpretation is often adequate, there are many inยญ stances in which the Liapunov approach is best taken advantage of using diagonal-type Liapunov functions. In fact, they yield necessary and suffiยญ cient stability conditions for some classes of nonlinear dynamical systems

CONTENT

1 Diagonally Stable Structures in Systems and Computa tion -- 2 Matrix Diagonal and D-Stability -- 3 Mathematical Models Admitting Diagonal-Type Lia punov Functions -- 4 Convergence of Asynchronous Iterative Methods -- 5 Neural Networks, Circuits, and Systems -- 6 Interconnected Systems: Stability and Stabilization -- Epilogue -- References

Mathematics
Matrix theory
Algebra
Computer mathematics
Numerical analysis
Mathematics
Linear and Multilinear Algebras Matrix Theory
Numerical Analysis
Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis