MULTIPLE VALUED ITERATIVE DYNAMICS MODELS OF NONLINEAR DISCRETE-TIME CONTROL DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS WITH DISTURBANCE

- Journal title : Journal of the Korean Mathematical Society
- Volume 50, Issue 1, 2013, pp.17-39
- Publisher : The Korean Mathematical Society
- DOI : 10.4134/JKMS.2013.50.1.017

Title & Authors

MULTIPLE VALUED ITERATIVE DYNAMICS MODELS OF NONLINEAR DISCRETE-TIME CONTROL DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS WITH DISTURBANCE

Kahng, Byungik;

Kahng, Byungik;

Abstract

The study of nonlinear discrete-time control dynamical systems with disturbance is an important topic in control theory. In this paper, we concentrate our efforts to multiple valued iterative dynamical systems, which model the nonlinear discrete-time control dynamical systems with disturbance. After establishing the validity of such modeling, we study the invariant set theory of the multiple valued iterative dynamical systems, including the controllability/reachablity problems of the maximal invariant sets.

Keywords

nonlinear discrete-time control dynamical system;disturbance;invariance;steady state;controllability/reachability;

Language

English

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