Towards a Geometric Theory of Hybrid Systems
The main purpose of this paper is to introduce a new framework for a global, geometric study of hybrid systems, and demonstrate its usefulness through its application to the analysis of the Zeno phenomenon and stability of hybrid equilibria.
KeywordsHybrid System Geometric Theory Piecewise Smooth Discrete Transition Hybrid Automaton
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