Stability of a Class of Switched Positive Linear Time-Delay Systems

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... Here we consider arbitrary systems, which means that other parameters of the systems do not have to be positive. Continuous-time positive linear systems are also discussed by Zhao et al. (2013;2014) in the case of one time-delay and without delays, respectively. ...
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