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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.45.1996.tde-20210729-012419
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Author
Full name
Roberto Cáceres Anco
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1996
Supervisor
Title in Portuguese
Conjuntos controláveis: uma abordagem de sistemas dinâmicos para a teoria do controle
Keywords in Portuguese
Sistemas Dinâmicos
Teoria De Sistemas E Controle
Abstract in Portuguese
Sistemas de controle da forma 'X PONTO'='X IND.0' (x)+'sigma pot.M' IND.I=1'U IND.I' (t)'X IND.I' (x), numa variedade m 'CONTIDO'R POT.N' podem ser considerados como sistemas dinamicos num espaco metrico u x m, onde u e um conjunto de funcoes de controle admissivel, que tomam valores numa faixa de controle compacto, conexo u 'CONTIDO'R POT.M'. Em particular mostramos a relacao entre caos topologico e controlabilidade em regioes menores do espaco estado m (conjuntos controlaveis) em sistemas de controle nao linear do tipo acima, continuos e discretos. Este trabalho sistematiza numa forma unificada uma serie de resultados devido a kliemann-colonius e albertini-sontag
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