This work studies the stability properties of Switched AutoRegressive eXogenous (SARX) models subject to arbitrary switching sequences. We provide necessary and sufficient conditions for the arbitrary switching stability of multiple-input, single-output SARX models under nonnegativity constraints, and sufficient-only conditions removing sign constraints. The conditions are equivalentlv formulated on state-space representations of SARX models, due to their influential use in designing control strategies. As an application of the aforementioned results, we propose a novel algorithm for the identification of switched models with stability guarantees via Regression Trees, a powerful machine learning technique.

On the stability of switched arx models, with an application to learning via regression trees

De Iuliis V.;Smarra F.;Manes C.;D'Innocenzo A.
2021

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This work studies the stability properties of Switched AutoRegressive eXogenous (SARX) models subject to arbitrary switching sequences. We provide necessary and sufficient conditions for the arbitrary switching stability of multiple-input, single-output SARX models under nonnegativity constraints, and sufficient-only conditions removing sign constraints. The conditions are equivalentlv formulated on state-space representations of SARX models, due to their influential use in designing control strategies. As an application of the aforementioned results, we propose a novel algorithm for the identification of switched models with stability guarantees via Regression Trees, a powerful machine learning technique.
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