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Stability Analysis via Matrix Functions Method

Part II

Stability Analysis via Matrix Functions Method
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ISBN: 978-87-403-0447-3
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  4. About the Author


The monograph presents a generalization of the well-known Lyapunov function method and related concepts to the matrix function case within the framework of systematic stability analysis of dynamical systems (differential equations). Applications are provided with stability issues of ordinary differential equations, singularly perturbed systems, and stochastic differential equations up to some applications to so-called real world situations.

The book is organized in five chapters. Each chapter is accompanied by numerous examples and notes on the locally related bibliography. This book is very innovative and systematically developed and rich on new ideas in contemporary stability theory.

Thus it can be recommended to any specialist in nonlinear dynamical systems and differential equations, both in deterministic and stochastic analysis.


One can hardly name a branch of natural science or technology in which the problems of stability do not claim the attention of scholars, engineers, and experts who investigate natural phenomena or operate designed machines or systems. If, for a process or a phenomenon, for example, atom oscillations or a supernova explosion, a mathematical model is constructed in the form of a system of differential equations, the investigation of the latter is possible either by a direct (numerical as a rule) integration of the equations or by its analysis by qualitative methods.

The direct Liapunov method based on scalar auxiliary function proves to be a powerful technique of qualitative analysis of the real world phenomena. This volume examines new generalizations of the matrix-valued auxiliary function. Moreover the matrix-valued function is a structure the elements of which compose both scalar and vector Liapunov functions applied in the stability analysis of nonlinear systems.

Due to the concept of matrix-valued function developed in the book, the direct Liapunov method becomes yet more versatile in performing the analysis of nonlinear systems dynamics.

The possibilities of the generalized direct Liapunov method are opened up to stability analysis of solutions to ordinary differential equations, singularly perturbed systems, and systems with random parameters.

The reader with an understanding of fundamentals of differential equations theory, elements of motion stability theory, mathematical analysis, and linear algebra should not be confused by the many formulas in the book. Each of these subjects is a part of the mathematics curriculum of any university.

In view of the fact that beginners in motion stability theory usually face some difficulties in its practical application, the sets of problems taken from various branches of natural sciences and technology are solved at the end of each chapter. The problems of independent value are integrated in Chapter 5.


4 Stability Analysis of Stochastic Systems

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Stochastic Systems of Differential Equations in General

4.3 Stability to Systems in Kats-Krasovskii Form

4.4 Stability to Systems in Ito’s Form

4.5 Applications

4.6 Notes

5 Some Models of Real World Phenomena

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Population Models

5.3 Model of Orbital Astronomic Observatory

5.4 The Power System Model

5.5 The Motion in Space of Winged Aircraft

5.6 Notes


About the Author

A.A.Martynyuk is Professor and academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Head of Stability of Processes Department at the S.P.Timoshenko Institute of Mechanics of NAS of Ukraine. The author or coauthor of more than 350 journal publications and 26 of books published in Russian, English and Chinese. He is founder and Editor of the International Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics and Systems Theory and the International Series of Scientific Monographs: Stability, Oscillations and Optimization of Systems published by the Cambridge Scientific Publishers (United Kingdom). He received (1973) in physics and mathematics from Institute of Mathematics NAS of Ukraine, Kiev. For more information see please

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