By Francis C. Moon
A revision of a pro textual content at the phenomena of chaotic vibrations in fluids and solids. significant adjustments replicate the most recent advancements during this fast-moving subject, the creation of difficulties to each bankruptcy, extra arithmetic and purposes, extra assurance of fractals, quite a few computing device and actual experiments. includes 8 pages of 4-color images.
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When the inverse exists, we may define F (M, Δ) = M22 + M21 Δ(I − M11 Δ)−1 M12 F (M, Δ) is called a linear fractional transformation (LFT) of M and Δ. e. Fu (M, Δ), to show the way of connection. Similarly, 20 2 Modeling of Uncertain Systems Fig. 14 Lower LFT configuration there are also lower linear fractional transformations (LLFT) that are usually used to indicate the incorporation of a controller K into a system. Such a lower LFT can be depicted as in Fig. 14 and defined by Fl (M, K) = M11 + M12 K(I − M22 K)−1 M21 With the introduction of linear fractional transformations, the unstructured uncertainty representations discussed in Sect.
4. A controller K(s) for the system with zero D22 will be synthesized first, and then the controller K(s) for the original system can be recovered from K(s) and D22 by K(s) = K(s) I + D22 K(s) −1 ˜ The state-space model of K(s) can be derived as ˜ K(s) = AK − BK D22 (I + DK D22 )−1 CK BK (I + D22 DK )−1 (I + DK D22 )−1 CK DK (I + D22 DK )−1 where we assume that K(s) = AK BK CK D K 40 4 H∞ Design Fig. 4 Normalization Transformations In general, the system data given would not be in the normalization form as discussed in Sect.
Df Imf ] : Di ∈ C ri ×ri , Di = Di∗ > 0, dj > 0 The matrix sets U and D match the structure of . U is of a (block-) diagonal structure of unitary matrices and for any D ∈ D and Δ ∈ , D (D −1 ) commutes with Δ. 15) In the above, μ(MU ) = μ(M) is derived from det(I − MΔ) = det(I − MU U ∗ Δ) and U ∗ Δ ∈ , σ (U ∗ Δ) = σ (Δ). Also, μ(M) = μ(DMD −1 ) can be seen from det(I − DMD −1 Δ) = det(I − DMΔD −1 ) = det(I − MΔ). 15) directly lead to the following theorem. 7 provides tighter upper and lower bounds on μ(M).