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Accessibility conditions of MIMO nonlinear control systems on homogeneous time scales

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  • A necessary and sufficient accessibility condition for the set of nonlinear higher order input-output (i/o) delta differential equations is presented. The accessibility definition is based on the concept of an autonomous element that is specified to the multi-input multi-output systems. The condition is presented in terms of the greatest common left divisor of two left differential polynomial matrices associated with the system of the i/o delta-differential equations defined on a homogenous time scale which serves as a model of time and unifies the continuous and discrete time. We associate the subspace $\mathcal{H}_{\infty}$ of the vector space of differential one-forms with the considered system. This subspace is invariant with respect to taking delta derivatives. The relation between $\mathcal{H}_\infty$ and the element of a left free module over the ring of left differential polynomials is presented. The presented accessibility condition provides a basis for system reduction, i.e. for finding the transfer equivalent minimal accessible representation of the set of the i/o equations which is a suitable starting point for constructing an observable and accessible state space realization. Moreover, the condition allows to check the transfer equivalence of nonlinear systems, defined on homogeneous time scales.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 34N05, 93B25; Secondary: 93C10.


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