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A survey of viability theory. (English) Zbl 0714.49021
Summary: Some theorems of viability theory which are relevant to nonlinear control problems with state constraints and state-dependent control constraints are motivated and surveyed. They all deal with viable solutions to nonlinear control problems, i.e., solutions satisfying at each instant given state constraints of a general and diverse nature. Some classical results on controlled invariance of smooth nonlinear systems are adopted to the nonsmooth case, including inequality constraints bearing on the state and state-dependent constraints on the controls. For instance, existence of a viability kernel of a closed set (corresponding to the largest controlled invariant manifold) is provided under general conditions, even when the zero-dynamics algorithm does not converge. The concepts of slow and heavy viable solutions are introduced, providing concrete ways of regulating viable solutions, by closed-loop feedbacks and closed-loop dynamical feedbacks. Viability theorems also allow the extension of Lyapunov’s second method to nonsmooth observation functions and the construction of “best” Lyapunov functions. As an application, “fuzzy differential inclusion” is presented. Proofs and complements can be found in the author’s work, “Viability theory” (1991, to appear). They rely on properties of differential inclusion [see the author and {\it A. Cellina}, “Differential inclusions. Set-valued maps and viability theory” (1984; Zbl 0538.34007)] and set-valued analysis, [see the author, “Set-valued analysis” (Basel 1990)].

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