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Max-Plus (A,B)-Invariant Spaces and Control of Timed Discrete-Event Systems

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1 Author(s)
Katz, R.D. ; Univ. Nacional de Rosario

The concept of (A,B)-invariant subspace (or controlled invariant) of a linear dynamical system is extended to linear systems over the max-plus semiring. Although this extension presents several difficulties, which are similar to those encountered in the same kind of extension to linear dynamical systems over rings, it appears capable of providing solutions to many control problems like in the cases of linear systems over fields or rings. Sufficient conditions are given for computing the maximal (A,B)-invariant subspace contained in a given space and the existence of linear state feedbacks is discussed. An application to the study of transportation networks which evolve according to a timetable is considered

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Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 2 )