Fractional and nD systems: a continuous case
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In the paper, a possibility of employing the 2D, and more generally nD systems approach for the analysis of linear fractional degree systems for the introduced here, so-called n-commensurate transfer functions is shown. This approach induces a significant reduction of an overall problem dimensionality and gives interesting insights for stability analysis.
KeywordsLinear fractional degree systems nD systems LMI Stability Stabilization
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