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# Solution of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, a single delay and with impulses.

DIBLÍK, J. MORÁVKOVÁ, B.

Original Title

Solution of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, a single delay and with impulses.

English Title

Solution of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, a single delay and with impulses.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

We develop a method for the construction of solutions of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, with a single delay and with impulses. Cases of only one impulse focused in a given interval and impulses acting at all points of a given interval are considered. Solutions are expressed by means of a special function called a discrete matrix delayed exponential.

English abstract

We develop a method for the construction of solutions of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, with a single delay and with impulses. Cases of only one impulse focused in a given interval and impulses acting at all points of a given interval are considered. Solutions are expressed by means of a special function called a discrete matrix delayed exponential.

Keywords

solution, linear discrete system, constant coefficient, delay, impuls, discrete matrix delayed exponential.

RIV year

2011

Released

23.05.2011

Publisher

University of Kyiv, UA

Location

Kyjev, Ukrajina

ISBN

9667652009

Book

Dynamical System Modelling and Stabiklity Investigation

Pages from

28

Pages to

29

Pages count

2

Documents

BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT37132,
author="Josef {Diblík} and Blanka {Morávková}",
title="Solution of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, a single delay and with impulses.",
annote="We develop a method for the construction of solutions of linear discrete systems with constant coefficients, with a single delay and with impulses. Cases of only one impulse focused in a given interval and impulses acting at all points of a given interval are considered. Solutions are expressed by means of a special function called a discrete matrix delayed exponential.",