Some issues in the stability of differential delay systems in the linear and the nonlinear case are investigated. In particular, sufficient robustness conditions are derived under which a system remains stable, independent of the length of the delay(s). Applications in the design of delayed feedback systems are given. Two approaches are presented, one based on Lyapunov theory, the other on a transformation to Jordan form. In the former, sufficient conditions are obtained in the form of certain Riccati-type equations.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Signal Processing
- Applied Mathematics