This chapter focuses on the study of the various concepts of controllability. This concept has found a wide range of applications in theory and practice. In particular, Section 6.1 looks at the concepts of controllability of input–output systems. Section 6.2 generalizes these concepts to the scenarios of general systems which might not be input–output. And Section 6.3 studies the concepts of controllability of time systems.
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