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2008

Stabilizability of switched linear systems does not imply the existence of convex Lyapunov functions

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Stabilizability of switched linear systems does not imply the existence of convex Lyapunov functions
Counterexamples are given which show that a linear switched system (with controlled switching) that can be stabilized by means of a suitable switching law does not necessarily admit a convex Lyapunov function. Both continuous and discrete
Franco Blanchini, Carlo Savorgnan
Added 24 Jan 2011
Updated 24 Jan 2011
Type Journal
Year 2008
Where AUTOMATICA
Authors Franco Blanchini, Carlo Savorgnan
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