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A Summary on the Real Stability Radius and Real Perturbation Values

  • Bo Bernhardsson
  • Anders Rantzer
  • Li Qiu
Conference paper
Part of the ISNM International Series of Numerical Mathematics book series (ISNM, volume 121)

Abstract

The stability radius problem has an interesting history in the mathematical and control theory literature. Stability radii also occur in numerical analysis in relation with the so called pseudospectra introduced by Trefethen and the analysis of stability of numerical solvers for ordinary differential equations.

Keywords

Linear Algebra Moment Problem Reproduce Kernel Hilbert Space Stability Radius Block Diagonalization 
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  • Bo Bernhardsson
  • Anders Rantzer
  • Li Qiu

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