The theory of switched systems is related to the study of hybrid systems, which has gained attention from control theorists, computer scientists, and practicing engineers. This book examines switched systems from a control-theoretic perspective, focusing on stability analysis and control synthesis of systems that combine continuous dynamics with switching events. It includes a vast bibliography and a section of technical and historical notes.
I. INTRODUCTION 1. Basic Concepts II . STABILITY OF SWITCHED SYSTEMS 2. Stability under Arbitrary Switching 3. Stability under Constrained Switching III. SWITCHING CONTROL 4. Systems not Stabilizable by Continuous Feedback 5. Systems with Sensor or Actuator Constraints 6. Systems with Large Modeling Uncertainty IV. SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL A. Stability B. Lie Algebras Notes and References Bibliography Index