Linear Feedback Stabilization of Nonlinear Systems with an Uncontrollable Critical Mode

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1991

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Linear feedback stabilization of nonlinear systems is studied for systems whose linearization at an equilibrium point possesses a simple critical mode that is uncontrollable. The results complement previous work on the synthesis of nonlinear stabilizing control laws. The present work addresses continuous- time systems for which the linearization has either a simple zero eigenvalue or a pair of simple pure imaginary eigenvalues. Both the stability analysis and stabilizing control design employ results on stability of bifurcations of parametrized systems

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