The aim of Stability of Finite and Infinite Dimensional Systems is to provide new tools for specialists in control system theory, stability theory of ordinary and partial differential equations, and differential-delay equations. Stability of Finite and Infinite Dimensional Systems is the first book that gives a systematic exposition of the approach to stability analysis which is based on estimates for matrix-valued and operator-valued functions, allowing us to investigate various classes of finite and infinite dimensional systems from the unified viewpoint. This book contains solutions to the problems connected with the Aizerman and generalized Aizerman conjectures and presents fundamental results by A. Yu. Levin for the stability of nonautonomous systems having variable real characteristic roots. Stability of Finite and Infinite Dimensional Systems is intended not only for specialists in stability theory, but for anyone interested in various applications who has had at least a first-year graduate-level course in analysis.In addition to this, unlike LiAH4, NaBH4 has a weak tendency to complex- formation with M(BHA), [5, 7]. Using NaBH4 ... of La, Ce, Pr, Nd. The diagrams very clearly illustrate the abilities of THF-solvates of Tetrahydroborates of La, Ce, Pr, Nd to step by step giving of THF during heating. ... Some Tetrahydroborates of Metals with mixed ligands have ionic characters and well dissolve in liquid ammonia .
|Title||:||Stability of Finite and Infinite Dimensional Systems|
|Author||:||Michael I. Gil'|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|