Periodic Behaviors

SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization (Impact Factor: 1.46). 01/2010; 48(7):4652-4663. DOI: 10.1137/100782577
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This paper studies behaviors that are defined on a torus, or equivalently, behaviors defined in spaces of periodic functions, and establishes their basic properties analogous to classical results of Malgrange, Palamodov, Oberst et al. for behaviors on R^n. These properties - in particular the Nullstellensatz describing the Willems closure - are closely related to integral and rational points on affine algebraic varieties.

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    • "These are the spaces of principal concern in this paper. Later, other spaces are briefly considered, such as the space S ′ of temperate distributions and spaces of periodic functions, where necessary and sufficient conditions for controllability are different (Theorem 3.1 in [15] and Theorem 4.2 in [8], quoted in Section 5 below). All these conditions are actually necessary and sufficient conditions that a behavior, given as the kernel of a map P (∂) ∶ F k → F ℓ , admit an image representation, i.e. also be equal to the image of some map M (∂) ∶ F k 1 → F k . "
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