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1 is applicable, and we conclude that the equilibrium state X e = o is stable. s. ,4-5. 49) Xl x2 x2 and the Lyapunov function candidate V(x) T + ¥. s . 4 is given by = = Because Xl = X2 on fl, any solution that starts from fl with X2 :j:. 0 leaves fl. Hence, Xl = 0, X2 = 0 is the only invariant subset of fl . s. in the large . 40) represents a linear time invariant system . 4 may not be obvious or possible in the case of many adaptive systems. 4, can quite often be used to study the stability and boundedness properties of adaptive systems.
1. Iff, j E L oo and f E L p for some p E [1,00) , then f(t) ~ o as t ~ 00. Proof. Now ft[fP(t)] = »tr:' j E L oo since f, j E L oo . Thus fP(t) is uniformly continuous. Furthermore, since f E L p , we have Hence, by Barbalat's Lemma, it follows that lim,..... oo fP(t) = 0 which in turn implies that lim,..... oo f(t) = O. 7 is a crucial one. 3 Input-output Stability 21 fit) 1 .... ' ... ' 1 ,,~ 1/4 . '1/n2 ' Fig. 1. 12. Consider the following function described by a sequence of and height equal to 1 centered at n isosceles triangles of base length where n = 1,2" .
40) can be studied by using the so called direct method of Lyapunov (also known as Lyapunov 's second method) [25, 26]. 40) rather than the explicit knowledge of the solutions. We start with th e following definitions . 36 2. 17. A continuous function ¢> : [0, r] ...... R+ (or a continuous function ¢ : [0,00) ...... R+) is said to belong to class K i. e. ¢> E K if (i) ¢>(o) = (ii) ¢> is strictly increasing on [O,r] (or on [0 ,00»). 18. A continuous function ¢> : [0,00) ...... R+ is said to belong to class KR , i .