## Approximation of The Constrained Joint Spectral Radius via Algebraic Lifting. (arXiv:1807.03965v1 [math.OC])

A linear constrained switching system is a discrete-time linear switched system whose switching sequences are constrained by a deterministic finite automaton. As a characterization of the asymptotic stability of a constrained switching system, the constrained joint spectral radius is difficult to compute or approximate. Using the semi-tensor product of matrices, we express dynamics of a deterministic finite automaton, an arbitrary switching system and a constrained switching system into their matrix forms, respectively, where the matrix expression of a constrained switching system can be seen as the matrix expression of a lifted arbitrary switching system. Inspired by this, we propose a lifting method for the constrained switching system, and prove that the constrained joint/generalized spectral radius of the constrained switching system is equivalent to the joint/generalized spectral radius of the lifted arbitrary switching system. Examples are provided to show the advantages of the p查看全文

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 你的名字 留空匿名提交 你的Email或网站 用户可以联系你 标题 简单描述 内容 A linear constrained switching system is a discrete-time linear switched system whose switching sequences are constrained by a deterministic finite automaton. As a characterization of the asymptotic stability of a constrained switching system, the constrained joint spectral radius is difficult to compute or approximate. Using the semi-tensor product of matrices, we express dynamics of a deterministic finite automaton, an arbitrary switching system and a constrained switching system into their matrix forms, respectively, where the matrix expression of a constrained switching system can be seen as the matrix expression of a lifted arbitrary switching system. Inspired by this, we propose a lifting method for the constrained switching system, and prove that the constrained joint/generalized spectral radius of the constrained switching system is equivalent to the joint/generalized spectral radius of the lifted arbitrary switching system. Examples are provided to show the advantages of the p