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The singular case of the problem of absolute stability of systems of ordinary differential equations. (English. Russian original) Zbl 0687.34040
Sib. Math. J. 30, No. 1, 150-153 (1989); translation from Sib. Mat. Zh. 30, No. 1(173), 194-198 (1989).
Let \[ J(\xi (.))=\int^{\infty}_{-\infty}\xi (i\omega)^*\Pi (i\omega)\xi (i\omega)d\omega +2 Re\int^{\infty}_{- \infty}r(i\omega)^*\xi (i\omega)d\omega, \] be a functional on \(H^ 2({\mathbb{C}}^ m)\). Let \(\Pi\) (p) be an \(m\times m\) matrix with rational entries, \(\Pi (i\omega)^*=\Pi (i\omega)\), r(p) a column rational m- vector and the elements of \(\Pi\) (p) and r(p) be bounded on the imaginary axis and \(r(\infty)=0\). The following theorem is proved: under previous assumptions J(\(\xi\) (.)) is semibounded if and only if the following conditions hold: 1) for every \(\omega\in {\mathbb{R}}\), \(\Pi\) (i\(\omega)\) is hermitian and nonnegative; 2) for any \(\xi (.)\in H^ 2({\mathbb{C}}^ n)\) with \(\Pi (i\omega)\xi (i\omega)=0\) the function \(r(.)^*\xi (.)\) belongs to \(H^ 2({\mathbb{C}})\).

34D20 Stability of solutions to ordinary differential equations
93D10 Popov-type stability of feedback systems
34G10 Linear differential equations in abstract spaces
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