Analysis of time-varying and uncertain interconnected dynamical systems
The project aims to develop mathematical tools for the analysis of time-varying and uncertain interconnected dynamical systems.
Topics of particular interest include:
- Closed-loop stability verification for distributed-parameter systems under sampled-data / networked feedback control;
- Input-output (i.e. operator theoretic) approaches to robust stability analysis for feedback interconnections of time-varying linear systems in a discrete-time setting;
- Computational tools for the analysis of time-periodic systems, especially for the evaluation of gap metrics, which quantify the difference between open-loop systems from the perspective of closed-loop performance and;
- Scalable stability verification for networks of dynamical systems using tools such as integral-quadratic constraints.
Leader: Michael Cantoni
Sponsors: Australian Research Council
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Networks and data in society
control and signal processing