Remarks on the Control of Discrete Time Nonlinear Systems
In this paper we study the (dynamic) input-output decoupling problem and the problem of right-invertibility for discrete-time nonlinear systems. It is shown that under generic conditions these problems are solvable around an equilibrium point if and only if the same problems are solvable for the linearization of the nonlinear system. The results typically apply to well-known questions in economics and an example stemming from economic modelling is given.
KeywordsNonlinear System Equilibrium Point State Feedback Characteristic Number Static State Feedback
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