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Robustly stable multiestimation scheme for adaptive control and identification with model reduction issues
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2005)
A discrete pole-placement-based and multiestimation-based adaptive control scheme involving a relative adaptation dead zone is presented for a plant with known poles and unknown zeros., The basic usefulness of the proposed ...
On the Global Asymptotic Stability of Switched Linear Time-Varying Systems with Constant Point Delays
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2008)
This paper investigates the asymptotic stability of switched linear time-varying systems with constant point delays under not very stringent conditions on the matrix functions of parameters. Such conditions are their ...
Stability Results of a Class of Hybrid Systems under Switched Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Control
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2009)
This paper investigates the stability properties of a class of switched systems possessing several linear time-invariant parameterizations (or configurations) which are governed by a switching law. It is assumed that the ...
Observer-Based Vaccination Strategy for a True Mass Action SEIR Epidemic Model with Potential Estimation of All the Populations
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2011)
This paper presents a simple continuous-time linear vaccination-based control strategy for a SEIR (susceptible plus infected plus infectious plus removed populations) propagation disease model. The model takes into account ...
On a New Epidemic Model with Asymptomatic and Dead-Infective Subpopulations with Feedback Controls Useful for Ebola Disease
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2017-02-19)
This paper studies the nonnegativity and local and global stability properties of the solutions of a newly proposed SEIADR model which incorporates asymptomatic and dead-infective subpopulations into the standard SEIR model ...
On the Stability and Equilibrium Points of Multistaged SI (n) R Epidemic Models
(Hindawi Publishing, 2015)
This paper relies on the concept of next generation matrix defined ad hoc for a new proposed extended SEIR model referred to as SI(n)R-model to study its stability. The model includes n successive stages of infectious ...