# A Partial Solution of the Aizerman Problem for Second-Order Systems With Delays

## Summary (1 min read)

### I. INTRODUCTION

- The Aizerman problem has a very long history.
- 1) The real parts of all the roots of the polynomial P (s) are negative.
- The next task is to compare these stability conditions with those for nonlinear systems.

### IV. DELAY INVOLVING THE FIRST DERIVATIVE

- For systems with a single delay involving first derivative, the situation is somewhat more complicated.
- If the first of the inequalities (11) holds, then the inequalities (12) are necessary and sufficient conditions for stability of the zero solution of (5) .
- Once again, the authors can define the function f(x) by ( 14 Therefore, the Aizerman conjecture is true for all second-order systems with a single delay involving the first derivative.

### VI. CONCLUSION

- The results obtained can be summarized as follows.
- For retarded systems with a single delay, the Aizerman problem is solved completely-the conjecture is proved to be true.
- For systems with multiple delays, the frequency-domain inequality yields a delay-dependent stability criterion.
- The problem is still open for neutral systems.
- Another open question is the possibility of improving the result in Section V since the estimate used in the derivation is rather coarse.

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... x(t) + a1 _ x(t) + '(x) + b1 _ x(t ) + bx(t ) = 0: (1)...

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...In addition to (1), we are also going to consider the linear equation...

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...The problem under investigation requires comparing the values of , for which the zero solution of (1) is GAS, with the values of a, for which such solution of (5) is GAS....

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...For the linear terms in (1), we can define a transfer function W (s) = s2 + a1s+ (b1s+ b)e s 1 : (3)...

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...In proving the results of this paper, we are going to rely extensively on the Popov’s frequency-domain stability criterion: the zero solution of (1) is globally asymptotically stable (GAS) if there exists a constant , such that for all values of !, including infinity, the following inequality holds: 1 +Re[(1 + i! )W (i!)] > 0: (4)...

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...The new nonlinearity f(x) satisfies the sector condition (2) with 1 = 0 and the transfer function of the linear terms becomes W (s) = s2 + a1s+ jbj+ be s 1 : (15)...

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