Cybernetics and Systems Analysis

, Volume 44, Issue 2, pp 161–169 | Cite as

Robust dissipativity of discrete systems and its investigation with the help of a sequence of sets of Lyapunov functions

  • M. M. Lychak


A generalized concept of robust dissipativity is introduced and theorems on the analysis of this property are formulated and proved with the help of the Lyapunov functions method. It is proposed to use a specially constructed sequence of sets of Lyapunov functions that can allow one to improve the initial estimate of the boundary set of a dissipative system up to the establishment of the asymptotic robust stability property in the limiting case. An example of investigating the dissipativity of a linear discrete system with unknown parameters under additive perturbation is given.


nonlinear discrete system dynamics solution Lyapunov functions method dissipativity property parameter uncertainty perturbation robustness set domain instant of time estimate of a limiting set sequence asymptotic robust stability 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Space ResearchNational Academy of Sciences and National Space Agency of UkraineKievUkraine

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