The Study of Partial Connective Stability for Singular Linear Large-Scale Interconnected Systems

Shui-Ling SUN, Ping PENG

Abstract


The connective stability is an important content among the large-scale interconnected systems. The many results recently have been given for the normal systems. In this paper, we shall discuss the connective stability of singular linear large-scale dynamical systems by means of singular Lyapunovf equation and vector Lyapunovf function. We give a simple form of a stable domain of connective parameters.
Key words: Singular system; Large-scale systems; Stability; Connective stability; Vector Lyapunovf function

Keywords


Singular system; Large-scale systems; Stability; Connective stability; Vector Lyapunovf function

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20090304.011

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