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Stability of Discrete Time Systems with Stochastically Delayed Feedback
Abstract This paper investigates the stability of l …
This paper investigates the stability of linear systems with stochastic delay in discrete time. Stability of the mean and second moment of the non-deterministic system is determined by a set of deterministic discrete time equations with distributed delay. A theorem is provided that guarantees convergence of the state with convergence of the second moment, assuming the delays are identically independently distributed. The theorems are applied to a scalar equation where the stability of the equilibrium is determined.
tability of the equilibrium is determined.  +
Authors Marcella M. Gomez, Gabor Orosz and Richard M. Murray  +
ID 2012x  +
Source Submitted, 2013 European Control Conference (ECC)  +
Tag gom13-ecc  +
Title Stability of Discrete Time Systems with Stochastically Delayed Feedback +
Type Conference Paper  +
Categories Papers
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