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*v-*sufficiency (equiv.

*sv-*sufficiency) of jets of map-germs $f:(\mathbb{R}^{n},0)\to (\mathbb{R}^{m},0)$ is proved which generalize both the Kuiper-Kuo and the Thom conditions in the function case ($m=1$) so as the Kuo conditions in the general map case ($m>1$). Contrary to the Kuo conditions the conditions proved in the paper do not require to verify any inequalities in a so-called horn-neighborhood of the (a'priori unknown) set $f^{-1}(0)$. Instead, the proposed conditions reduce the problem on

*v-*sufficiency of jets to evaluating the local Łojasiewicz exponents for some constructively built polynomial functions.

To estimate the growth rate of matrix products $A_{n}··· A_{1}$ with factors from some set of matrices $\mathscr{A}$, such numeric quantities as the joint spectral radius $ρ(\mathscr{A})$ and the lower spectral radius $\mathord{\buildrel{\lower3pt\hbox{$\scriptscriptstyle\smile$}} \over \rho } (\mathscr{A})$ are traditionally used. The first of these quantities characterizes the maximum growth rate of the norms of the corresponding products, while the second one characterizes the minimal growth rate. In the theory of discrete-time linear switching systems, the inequality $ρ(\mathscr{A})<1$ serves as a criterion for the stability of a system, and the inequality $\mathord{\buildrel{\lower3pt\hbox{$\scriptscriptstyle\smile$}} \over \rho } (\mathscr{A})<1 $ as a criterion for stabilizability.

Given a set $\mathscr{A}$ of $N×M$ matrices and a set $\mathscr{B}$ of $M×N$ matrices. Then, for matrix products $A_{n}B_{n}··· A_{1}B_{1}$ with factors $A_{i}∈\mathscr{A}$ and $B_{i}∈\mathscr{B}$, we introduce the quantities $μ(\mathscr{A},\mathscr{B})$ and $η(\mathscr{A},\mathscr{B})$, called the lower and upper minimax joint spectral radius of the pair $\{\mathscr{A},\mathscr{B}\}$, respectively, which characterize the maximum growth rate of the matrix products $A_{n}B_{n}··· A_{1}B_{1}$ over all sets of matrices $A_{i}∈\mathscr{A}$ and the minimal growth rate over all sets of matrices $B_{i}∈\mathscr{B}$. In this sense, the minimax joint spectral radii can be considered as generalizations of both the joint and lower spectral radii. As an application of the minimax joint spectral radii, it is shown how these quantities can be used to analyze the stabilizability of discrete-time linear switching control systems in the presence of uncontrolled external disturbances of the plant.

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