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Analysis of feedback systems with structured uncertainties

Analysis of feedback systems with structured uncertainties

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The paper introduces a general approach for analysing linear systems with structured uncertainty based on a new generalised spectral theory for matrices. The results of the paper naturally extend techniques based on singular values and eliminate their most serious difficulties.

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