Mathematical Physics


On the Stability of Linear Systems

Authors: Daniele Sasso

The criteria of stability defined in the standard theory of linear systems aren't exhaustive and show some inconsistencies. In this article we define new criteria of stability more consistent with real physical situations. In particular we distinguish between static stability and dynamic stability in order to analyse the stability of systems in the time domain and in Laplace's equivalent domain. Let introduce then the frequency stability in order to analyse the stability of systems in the Fourier domain.

Comments: 7 pages, 5 figures.

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[v1] 7 Feb 2011

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