MJLSMarkovian Jump Linear Systems
MJLSMountbatten Journal of Legal Studies (UK)
MJLSMark Janes Learning Solutions (UK)
MJLSMaster of Jewish Liberal Studies (graduate degree; various universities)
MJLSMethod: The Journal of Lonergan Studies (est. 1983)
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In this paper, the stability and stabilization problems for a class of stochastic Markovian jump linear systems (MJLS) with partly unknown transition rates have been studied.
In fact, the error augmented system (7) is also an MJLS with deficient TRM in (4).
Finally, the continuous-time MJLS (1) will be assumed to be stable in the end.
where [n.sub.g] := [[summation].sup.N.sub.j=1] [[lambda].sub.qj] [Q.sub.j] have resolvable matrices Q = [[Q.sub.1], [Q.sub.2], ..., [Q.sub.n]} such that MJLS (7) with totally known TRs is randomly stable with an [H.sub.[infinity]] performance index [xi].
In the above section, firstly, we introduce an [H.sub.[infinity]] performance analysis criterion for the error augmented system (7) and further focus on the design of the FD reduced-order filter for MJLS (1) with deficient mode information.
Because the controller in (4) is two-mode dependent, the resulting closed-loop system in (7) depends on [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and can be transformed to a special MJLS. In addition, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is related to both [[tau].sup.sc.sub.k] and [h.sub.k].