On stability of interval matrices
American Control Conference
Publ by IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, United States
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New sufficient, and sometimes necessary and sufficient conditions, are obtained for Schur- and Hurwitz-stability of interval matrices by relying on the concept of connective stability and M-matrices. The necessity part is broadened to include interval matrices with mixed signs of the off-diagonal elements, provided the sign patterns follow that of the Morishima matrix. The obtained results are extended to cover convex combinations of interval matrices.
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