Finite L2 gain and passivity (or positive real) methods have recently played an important role in a large number of robust, high performance engineering designs for both nonlinear and linear systems. This has renewed interest in the classical concept of dissipative systems. In particular, in various finite gain or passivity system synthesis methods in the literature, one studies a relevant dissipation inequality and looks for an appropriate solution to it. When such a solution exists, one...[Show more]
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