Noninteracting Control with Stability for a Class of Nonlinear Systems

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1991

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In this paper we address the problem of noninteracting control with stability for the class of nonlinear square systems for which noninteraction can be achieved (without stability) by means of invertible static state-feedback. The use of both static state-feedback and dynamic state-feedback is investigated. We prove that in both cases the asymptotic stabilizability of certain subsystems is necessary to achieve noninteraction and stability. We use this and some recent results to state a complete set of necessary and sufficient conditions in order to solve the problem.

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