Observability of Boolean Control Networks
Given a dynamical system, as the system evolves, a state trajectory is generated. Generally speaking, a quantitative analysis of the system closely depends on states of a trajectory. Particularly for a deterministic system, if the initial state has been determined, then the corresponding trajectory will be naturally determined by using an input sequence. That is, the initial state will help understand the whole information of the corresponding trajectory for deterministic systems.
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