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Proceedings of the 36th WA04 1O:OO Conference on Decision & Control

Summary: Proceedings of the 36th WA04 1O:OO
Conference on Decision & Control
San Diego, CaliforniaUSA December 1997
Timed Automata and Robust Control:
Can We Now Control Complex Dynamical Systems?
Michael D. Lemmon and Panos J. Antsaklis
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
University of Notre Dame
Two different approaches have emerged in recent years
for the analysis and synthesis of hybrid control sys-
tems. One approach views the hybrid system as a set
of concurrent computer processes whose execution is
controlled by continuous variables generated by an ex-
ternal environment. The other approach studies hybrid
systems as dynamical systems using familiar concepts
of stability and robust performance. The development
of a systematic framework for the analysis and syn-
thesis of hybrid systems will require the integration of
these two perspectives. The objective of this tutorial


Source: Antsaklis, Panos - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame


Collections: Engineering