Stability Analysis with Dissipation Inequalities and Integral Quadratic Constraints

Friday, May 30, 2014 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Lind 305
Peter Seiler (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
This talk considers the use of Integral Quadratic Constraints (IQCs)
for stability and performance analysis. IQC analysis theorems can
be formulated in the frequency domain or with a time-domain
dissipation inequality. This talk focuses on the time-domain, dissipation
inequality perspective. First, the time-domain approach to IQCs is
reviewed along with the associated numerical algorithms to perform
the analysis. Next, the connections between the frequency domain
and time-domain approaches are clarified. Finally, several extensions
enabled by the time-domain approach are provided, e.g. to nonlinear and
time-varying systems.
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