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From local to global asymptotic stabilizability for weakly contractive control systems

Abstract : A nonlinear control system is said to be weakly contractive in the control if the flow that it generates is non-expanding (in the sense that the distance between two trajectories is a non-increasing function of time) for some fixed Riemannian metric independent of the control. We prove in this paper that for such systems, local asymptotic stabilizability implies global asymptotic stabilizability by means of a dynamic state feedback. We link this result and the so-called Jurdjevic and Quinn approach.
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  • ARXIV : 2005.09872

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Vincent Andrieu, Lucas Brivadis, Jean-Paul Gauthier, Ludovic Sacchelli, Ulysse Serres. From local to global asymptotic stabilizability for weakly contractive control systems. 2020. ⟨hal-02611605⟩

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