By Aniruddha Datta

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Oo fP(t) = 0 which in turn implies that lim,..... oo f(t) = O. 7 is a crucial one. 3 Input-output Stability 21 fit) 1 .... ' ... ' 1 ,,~ 1/4 . '1/n2 ' Fig. 1. 12. Consider the following function described by a sequence of and height equal to 1 centered at n isosceles triangles of base length where n = 1,2" . ',00 as shown in Fig . 1. This function is continuous but not uniformly continuous. It satisfies ;2 lim t-oo i t 0 1 f(T)dT = -2 1 :L: 2" n 00 n=l < 00 but limt_oo f(t) does not exist . 3 Input-output Stability The systems encountered in this monograph can be describ ed by an input/output (I/O) mapping that assigns to each input a corresponding output , or by a state variable representation.

S. s. s. or stable, no conclusions can be drawn about the stability of e , = O. 5 can be found in [44]. 52) indicates that certain classes of nonlinear systems can be approximated by linear ones in the neighbourhood of an equilibrium point or , as often called in practice, an operating point. 52) . 53) are given by the following theorem. 6. Let 1lcI>(t, r)1I denote the induced matrix norm of cI>(t, r) at each time t ;:::: To. s. s. s. s. s. s. , u. s. respectively. 54) are given by the following theorems.

5. Assume that A(t) is uniformly bounded and that · sup Ift(t, x)1 = 0 1rm Ixl.... ot~O Let Ze Ixl = 0 be the equilibrium state of z(t ) = A(t)z(t) . s. s. s. or stable, no conclusions can be drawn about the stability of e , = O. 5 can be found in [44]. 52) indicates that certain classes of nonlinear systems can be approximated by linear ones in the neighbourhood of an equilibrium point or , as often called in practice, an operating point. 52) . 53) are given by the following theorem. 6. Let 1lcI>(t, r)1I denote the induced matrix norm of cI>(t, r) at each time t ;:::: To.