CDS 212, Homework 5, Fall 2010

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J. Doyle Issued: 26 Oct 2010
CDS 212, Fall 2010 Due: 4 Nov 2010

Reading

  • [PD], Chapter 4

Problems

  1. [PD 4.1]
    Suppose <amsmath>A, X</amsmath> and <amsmath>C</amsmath> satisfy <amsmath>A^*X+XA+C^*C=0.</amsmath> Show that any two of the following implies the third:
    1. <amsmath>A</amsmath> Hurwitz.
    2. <amsmath>(C,A)</amsmath> observable.
    3. <amsmath>X>0</amsmath>
  2. Assume <amsmath>(A,B)</amsmath> is controllable. Show that <amsmath>(F,G)</amsmath> with
    <amsmath>

    F=\left[\begin{array}{ccc} A&0\\C&0 \end{array}\right], G=\left[\begin{array}{ccc} B\\0 \end{array}\right],

    </amsmath>

    is controllable if and only if

    <amsmath>

    \left[\begin{array}{ccc} A&B\\C&0 \end{array}\right]

    </amsmath>

    is a full row rank matrix.

  3. [PD 4.4]
    Controllability gramian vs. controllability matrix. We have seen that the singular values of the controllability gramian <amsmath>X_c</amsmath> can be used to determine "how controllable" the states are. In this problem you will show that the controllability matrix
  4. <amsmath>

    M_c=\left[\begin{array}{ccccccc} B&AB&A^2B&\cdots&A^{n-1}B \end{array}\right]

    </amsmath>

    cannot be used for the same purpose, since its singular values are unrelated to those of <amsmath>X_c</amsmath>. In particular, construct examples (<amsmath>A\in\mathcal{C}^{2\times 2}, B\in\mathcal{C}^{2\times 1}</amsmath> suffices) such that

    1. <amsmath>X_c=I</amsmath>, but <amsmath>\underline{\sigma}(M_c)</amsmath> is arbitrarily small.
    2. <amsmath>M_c=I</amsmath>, but <amsmath>\underline{\sigma}(X_c)</amsmath> is arbitrarily small.
  5. Prove the Schur complement inequality
    <amsmath>

    \left[\begin{array}{ccccccc} A&B\\B^T&C \end{array}\right]> 0 \Longleftrightarrow A-BC^{-1}B^T>0,\quad C>0

    </amsmath>
  6. We know that the discrete-time system <amsmath>x[k+1]=Ax[k]</amsmath> is stable (i.e, <amsmath>x[k]\rightarrow 0</amsmath> as <amsmath>k\rightarrow 0</amsmath>) if and only if all eigenvalues of <amsmath>A</amsmath> are inside the unit circle. Derive a necessary and sufficient LMI condition for stability of this system.
  7. Consider the following optimization problem:
    <amsmath>

    \max_{Q,\alpha}\; \alpha

    </amsmath>

    subject to

    <amsmath>

    AQ+QA^T+\alpha Q< 0, \quad Q>0

    </amsmath>
    Find an analytical expression (in terms of <amsmath>A</amsmath>) for the maximum value of <amsmath>\alpha</amsmath>.