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x 1 = f1 (t, x1 , . . . , xn , u1 , . . . , up ) x 2 = f2 (t, x1 , . . . , xn , u1 , . . . , up ) . . . . . . x n = fn (t, x1 , . . . , xn , u1 , . . . , up ) x i denotes the derivative of xi with respect to the time variable t u1 , u2 , . . ., up are input variables x1 , x2 , . . ., xn the state variables

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x=

x1 x2

. . . . . .

xn

f1 (t, x, u)

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x = f (t, x, u) y = h(t, x, u) x is the state, u is the input y is the output (q -dimensional vector) Special Cases: Linear systems: x = A(t)x + B (t)u y = C (t)x + D (t)u

x = f (t, x)

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Autonomous System:

x = f (x)

Time-Invariant System:

x = f (x, u) y = h(x, u)

A time-invariant state model has a time-invariance property with respect to shifting the initial time from t0 to t0 + a, provided the input waveform is applied from t0 + a rather than t0

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x = f (t, x) f (t, x) is piecewise continuous in t and locally Lipschitz in x over the domain of interest f (t, x) is piecewise continuous in t on an interval J R if for every bounded subinterval J0 J , f is continuous in t for all t J0 , except, possibly, at a nite number of points where f may have nite-jump discontinuities f (t, x) is locally Lipschitz in x at a point x0 if there is a neighborhood N (x0 , r ) = {x Rn | x x0 < r } where f (t, x) satises the Lipschitz condition f (t, x) f (t, y ) L xy , L>0

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A function f (t, x) is locally Lipschitz in x on a domain (open and connected set) D Rn if it is locally Lipschitz at every point x0 D When n = 1 and f depends only on x

|f (y ) f (x)| |y x| L

On a plot of f (x) versus x, a straight line joining any two points of f (x) cannot have a slope whose absolute value is greater than L Any function f (x) that has innite slope at some point is not locally Lipschitz at that point

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A discontinuous function is not locally Lipschitz at the points of discontinuity The function f (x) = x1/3 is not locally Lipschitz at x = 0 since f (x) = (1/3)x2/3 a x 0 On the other hand, if f (x) is continuous at a point x0 then f (x) is locally Lipschitz at the same point because continuity of f (x) ensures that |f (x)| is bounded by a constant k in a neighborhood of x0 ; which implies that f (x) satises the Lipschitz condition L = k More generally, if for t J R and x in a domain D Rn , f (t, x) and its partial derivatives fi /xj are continuous, then f (t, x) is locally Lipschitz in x on D

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Lemma: Let f (t, x) be piecewise continuous in t and locally Lipschitz in x at x0 , for all t [t0 , t1 ]. Then, there is > 0 such that the state equation x = f (t, x), with x(t0 ) = x0 , has a unique solution over [t0 , t0 + ] Without the local Lipschitz condition, we cannot ensure uniqueness of the solution. For example, x = x1/3 has x(t) = (2t/3)3/2 and x(t) 0 as two different solutions when the initial state is x(0) = 0 The lemma is a local result because it guarantees existence and uniqueness of the solution over an interval [t0 , t0 + ], but this interval might not include a given interval [t0 , t1 ]. Indeed the solution may cease to exist after some time

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Example:

x = x2 f (x) = x2 is locally Lipschitz for all x x(0) = 1 x(t) = 1 (t 1)

x(t) as t 1

the solution has a nite escape time at t = 1 In general, if f (t, x) is locally Lipschitz over a domain D and the solution of x = f (t, x) has a nite escape time te , then the solution x(t) must leave every compact (closed and bounded) subset of D as t te

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f (t, x) f (t, y ) L xy

for all x, y Rn with the same Lipschitz constant L If f (t, x) and its partial derivatives fi /xj are continuous for all x Rn , then f (t, x) is globally Lipschitz in x if and only if the partial derivatives fi /xj are globally bounded, uniformly in t

f (x) = x2 is locally Lipschitz for all x but not globally Lipschitz because f (x) = 2x is not globally bounded

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Lemma: Let f (t, x) be piecewise continuous in t and globally Lipschitz in x for all t [t0 , t1 ]. Then, the state equation x = f (t, x), with x(t0 ) = x0 , has a unique solution over [t0 , t1 ] The global Lipschitz condition is satised for linear systems of the form x = A(t)x + g (t) but it is a restrictive condition for general nonlinear systems

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Lemma: Let f (t, x) be piecewise continuous in t and locally Lipschitz in x for all t t0 and all x in a domain D Rn . Let W be a compact subset of D , and suppose that every solution of

x = f (t, x), x(t0 ) = x0

with x0 W lies entirely in W . Then, there is a unique solution that is dened for all t t0

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Example:

x = x3 = f (x) f (x) is locally Lipschitz on R, but not globally Lipschitz because f (x) = 3x2 is not globally bounded

If, at any instant of time, x(t) is positive, the derivative x (t) will be negative. Similarly, if x(t) is negative, the derivative x (t) will be positive Therefore, starting from any initial condition x(0) = a, the solution cannot leave the compact set {x R | |x| |a|} Thus, the equation has a unique solution for all t 0

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Equilibrium Points A point x = x in the state space is said to be an = f (t, x) if equilibrium point of x

x(t0 ) = x x(t) x , t t0

For the autonomous system x = f (x), the equilibrium points are the real solutions of the equation

f (x) = 0

An equilibrium point could be isolated; that is, there are no other equilibrium points in its vicinity, or there could be a continuum of equilibrium points

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A linear system x = Ax can have an isolated equilibrium point at x = 0 (if A is nonsingular) or a continuum of equilibrium points in the null space of A (if A is singular) It cannot have multiple isolated equilibrium points , for if xa and xb are two equilibrium points, then by linearity any point on the line xa + (1 )xb connecting xa and xb will be an equilibrium point A nonlinear state equation can have multiple isolated equilibrium points .For example, the state equation

x 1 = x2 , x 2 = a sin x1 bx2

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Linearization A common engineering practice in analyzing a nonlinear system is to linearize it about some nominal operating point and analyze the resulting linear model What are the limitations of linearization? Since linearization is an approximation in the neighborhood of an operating point, it can only predict the local behavior of the nonlinear system in the vicinity of that point. It cannot predict the nonlocal or global behavior There are essentially nonlinear phenomena that can take place only in the presence of nonlinearity

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Nonlinear Phenomena Finite escape time Multiple isolated equilibrium points Limit cycles Subharmonic, harmonic, or almost-periodic oscillations Chaos Multiple modes of behavior

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