External and internal stabilization under the presence of stochastic disturbances
So far, all the results discussed in this book are in deterministic setting. A new frontier for the next phase of research is in stochastic setting. That is, to consider disturbances which are modeled as colored noise which in turn can be modeled as white noise followed by a linear system. Then, the goal is to investigate simultaneous external and internal stabilization of linear systems subject to constraints when the disturbances are modeled stochastically.
KeywordsWiener Process Colored Noise Internal Stabilization Null Controllable Gaussian Random Vector
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