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Behavioral systems theory: A survey

Eva Zerz (2008)

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

We survey the so-called behavioral approach to systems and control theory, which was founded by J. C. Willems and his school. The central idea of behavioral systems theory is to put the focus on the set of trajectories of a dynamical system rather than on a specific set of equations modelling the underlying phenomenon. Moreover, all signal components are treated on an equal footing at first, and their partition into inputs and outputs is derived from the system law, in a way that admits several...

Control affine systems on solvable three-dimensional Lie groups, I

Rory Biggs, Claudiu C. Remsing (2013)

Archivum Mathematicum

We seek to classify the full-rank left-invariant control affine systems evolving on solvable three-dimensional Lie groups. In this paper we consider only the cases corresponding to the solvable Lie algebras of types II, IV, and V in the Bianchi-Behr classification.

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