SMRSOFT
SMRSOFT: a MATLAB toolbox for optimization over polynomials and dynamical systems study via SOS programming. SMRSOFT is a Matlab toolbox for solving basic optimization problems over polynomials and studying dynamical systems via SOS programming. The main functions currently available in SMRSOFT are based on the techniques described in the book G. Chesi. Domain of Attraction: Analysis and Control via SOS Programming. Springer, 2011
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Sorted by year (- Raman, Dhruva V.; Anderson, James; Papachristodoulou, Antonis: On the performance of nonlinear dynamical systems under parameter perturbation (2016)
- Chesi, Graziano: Minimizing trigonometric matrix polynomials over semi-algebraic sets (2015)
- Vatani, Mohsen; Hovd, Morten; Olaru, Sorin: Robustness issues in control of bilinear discrete-time systems -- applied to the control of power converters (2015)
- Korda, Milan; Henrion, Didier; Jones, Colin N.: Convex computation of the maximum controlled invariant set for polynomial control systems (2014)
- Lacerda, Márcio J.; Tarbouriech, Sophie; Garcia, Germain; Peres, Pedro L.D.: $\mathcalH_\infty$ filter design for nonlinear polynomial systems (2014)
- Petersen, Ian R.; Tempo, Roberto: Robust control of uncertain systems: classical results and recent developments (2014)
- Amato, F.; Ambrosino, R.; Cosentino, C.; De Tommasi, G.; Merola, A.: Stabilization of impulsive quadratic systems over polytopic sets (2013)
- Chesi, Graziano: On the estimation of the equilibrium points of uncertain nonlinear systems (2013)
- Chesi, Graziano: Rational Lyapunov functions for estimating and controlling the robust domain of attraction (2013)
- Demenkov, Max: Estimating region of attraction for polynomial vector fields by homotopy methods (2012)