A complete characterization of stabilizability for linear switching systems is not available in the literature. In this paper, we show that the asymptotic stabilizability of linear switching systems is equivalent to the existence of a hybrid Lyapunov function for the controlled system, for a suitable control strategy. Further, we prove that asymptotic stabilizability of a switching system with minimum dwell time, is equivalent to Input to State Stability (ISS) of the controlled switching system, with a stabilizing control law. We then derive some structural reductions of the hybrid state space, which allow a decomposition of the original problem into simpler subproblems. The relationships between this approach and the well-known Kalman decomposition of linear dynamic control systems are explored.

Stabilizability of linear switching systems

DE SANTIS, Elena;DI BENEDETTO, MARIA DOMENICA;POLA, GIORDANO
2008

Abstract

A complete characterization of stabilizability for linear switching systems is not available in the literature. In this paper, we show that the asymptotic stabilizability of linear switching systems is equivalent to the existence of a hybrid Lyapunov function for the controlled system, for a suitable control strategy. Further, we prove that asymptotic stabilizability of a switching system with minimum dwell time, is equivalent to Input to State Stability (ISS) of the controlled switching system, with a stabilizing control law. We then derive some structural reductions of the hybrid state space, which allow a decomposition of the original problem into simpler subproblems. The relationships between this approach and the well-known Kalman decomposition of linear dynamic control systems are explored.
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