About: Lipschitz continuity is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 20823 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 382650 citation(s). The topic is also known as: Lipschitz continuous function & Lipschitz map.
01 Apr 1998-IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
TL;DR: Bendixson's theorem is extended to the case of Lipschitz continuous vector fields, allowing limit cycle analysis of a class of "continuous switched" systems.
Abstract: We introduce some analysis tools for switched and hybrid systems. We first present work on stability analysis. We introduce multiple Lyapunov functions as a tool for analyzing Lyapunov stability and use iterated function systems theory as a tool for Lagrange stability. We also discuss the case where the switched systems are indexed by an arbitrary compact set. Finally, we extend Bendixson's theorem to the case of Lipschitz continuous vector fields, allowing limit cycle analysis of a class of "continuous switched" systems.
01 Feb 2000-Siam Journal on Control and Optimization
TL;DR: It is shown that the regularity properties of the Lyapunov function and those of the settling-time function are related and converse Lyap Unov results can only assure the existence of continuous Lyap unov functions.
Abstract: Finite-time stability is defined for equilibria of continuous but non-Lipschitzian autonomous systems. Continuity, Lipschitz continuity, and Holder continuity of the settling-time function are studied and illustrated with several examples. Lyapunov and converse Lyapunov results involving scalar differential inequalities are given for finite-time stability. It is shown that the regularity properties of the Lyapunov function and those of the settling-time function are related. Consequently, converse Lyapunov results can only assure the existence of continuous Lyapunov functions. Finally, the sensitivity of finite-time-stable systems to perturbations is investigated.
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the evaluation and tabulation of certain integrals of the type (* 00 I(p, v; A) = J J fa t) ) e~cttxdt. In part I of this paper, a formula is derived for the integrals in terms of an integral of a hypergeometric function. This new integral is evaluated in the particular cases which are of most frequent use in mathematical physics. By means of these results, approximate expansions are obtained for cases in which the ratio b/a is small or in which b~a and is small. In part II, recurrence relations are developed between integrals with integral values of the parameters pt, v and A. Tables are given by means of which 7(0, 0; 1), 7(0, 1; 1), 7(1, 0; 1), 7(1,1; 1), 7(0, 0 ;0), 7(1, 0;90), 7(0, 1; 0), 7(1, 1; 0), 7(0,1; - 1 ), 7(1,0; - 1 ) and 7(1,1; - 1 ) may be evaluated for 0
01 Jan 1984-Contemporary mathematics
01 Jan 1989-
Abstract: Introduction.- Convex Analysis and the Scalar Case.- Convex Sets and Convex Functions.- Lower Semicontinuity and Existence Theorems.- The one Dimensional Case.- Quasiconvex Analysis and the Vectorial Case.- Polyconvex, Quasiconvex and Rank one Convex Functions.- Polyconvex, Quasiconvex and Rank one Convex Envelopes.- Polyconvex, Quasiconvex and Rank one Convex Sets.- Lower Semi Continuity and Existence Theorems in the Vectorial Case.- Relaxation and Non Convex Problems.- Relaxation Theorems.- Implicit Partial Differential Equations.- Existence of Minima for Non Quasiconvex Integrands.- Miscellaneous.- Function Spaces.- Singular Values.- Some Underdetermined Partial Differential Equations.- Extension of Lipschitz Functions on Banach Spaces.- Bibliography.- Index.- Notations.