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Linear Matrix Inequalities in System and Control Theory

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Linear Matrix Inequalities in System and Control Theory
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ISBN/ASIN: 0898714850
ISBN-13: 9780898714852
Number of pages: 205

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In this book the authors reduce a wide variety of problems arising in system and control theory to a handful of convex and quasiconvex optimization problems that involve linear matrix inequalities. These optimization problems can be solved using recently developed numerical algorithms that not only are polynomial-time but also work very well in practice; the reduction therefore can be considered a solution to the original problems.

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