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Algebraic necessary and sufficient conditions for the controllability of conewise linear systems
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Heemels, W. P. M. H.; Schumacher, J. M. (IEEE, 200804)The problem of checking certain controllability prop erties of even very simple piecewise linear systems is known to be undecidable. This paper focuses on conewise linear systems, i.e. systems for which the state space is ... 
Analysis and control of nonsmooth dynamical systems
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Nijmeijer, Henk (John Wiley & Sons, 20070830)Mainstream systems and control theory have been built in the realm of the smooth world. As such, modeling, analysis, and synthesis of smooth control systems take lion’s share of the entire literature of systems and control ... 
A class of uncontrollable diffusively coupled multiagent systems with multichain topologies
Cao, Ming; Zhang, Shuo; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat (IEEE, 201302)We construct systematically a class of uncontrollable diffusively coupled multiagent systems with a single leader and multichain topologies. For studying the controllability of diffusively coupled multiagent systems, such ... 
Comments on 'controllability analysis of multiagent systems using relaxed equitable partitions'
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Zhang, Shuo; Cao, Ming (Inderscience Publishers, 201203)We want to comment on a recent paper by Martini et al. [see Int. J. Systems, Control and Communication, Vol. 2, Nos. 13, pp.100121, 2010]. The above paper analyses controllability of a class of multiagent systems using ... 
Conewise linear systems: nonzenoness and observability
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Pang, JongShi; Shen, Jinglai (SIAM Publications, 20061211)Conewise linear systems are dynamical systems in which the state space is partitioned into a finite number of nonoverlapping polyhedral cones on each of which the dynamics of the system is described by a linear differential ... 
Continuous piecewise affine dynamical systems do not exhibit zeno behavior
Thuan, Le Quang; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat (IEEE, 201108)In the context of continuous piecewise affine dynamical systems, we study the Zeno behavior, i.e., infinite number of mode transitions in finite time interval, in this note. The main result reveals that piecewise affine ... 
Controllability and stabilizability of a class of continuous piecewise affine dynamical systems
Thuan, Le Quang; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2014)This paper studies controllability and stabilizability of continuous piecewise affine dynamical systems which can be considered as a collection of ordinary finitedimensional linear input/state/output systems, together ... 
Controllability of a class of bimodal discrete  time piecewise linear systems
Yurtseven, Evren; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Heemels, W. P. M. H. (Elsevier, 201304)In this paper we will provide full algebraic necessary and sufficient conditions for the controllability/reachability/null controllability of a class of bimodal discretetime piecewise linear systems including several ... 
Convergence of discretetime approximations of constrained linearquadratic optimal control problems
Han, Lashan; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Pang, JongShi; Heemels, W. P. M. H. (IEEE, 201012)Continuoustime linear constrained optimal control problems are in practice often solved using discretization techniques, e.g. in model predictive control (MPC). This requires the discretization of the (linear timeinvariant) ... 
Convergence of time  stepping schemes for passıie and extended linear complementarity systems
Han, Lanshan; Tiwari, Alok; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Pang, JongShi (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 20091202)Generalizing recent results in [M. K. Camlibel, Complementarity Methods in the Analysis of Piecewise Linear Dynamical Systems, Ph.D. thesis, Center for Economic Research, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands, 2001], ... 
Disturbance decoupling of switched linear systems
Yurtseven, Evren; Heemels, W. P. M. H.; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat (Elsevier, 201201)In this paper, we consider disturbance decoupling problems for switched linear systems. We will provide necessary and sufficient conditions for three different versions of disturbance decoupling, which differ based on which ... 
Disturbance decoupling problem for multiagent systems: A graph topological approach
Monshizadeh, Nima; Zhang, Shuo; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat (Elsevier, 201502)This paper studies the disturbance decoupling problem for multiagent systems with single integrator dynamics and a directed communication graph. We are interested in topological conditions that imply the disturbance ... 
Extension of KalmanYakubovichPopov lemma to descriptor systems
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Frasca, Roberto (Elsevier, 200912)This paper presents a complete analogue of the wellknown KalmanYakubovichPopov lemma for descriptor systems, i.e. necessary and sufficient linear matrix inequality conditions for passivity and positive realness of ... 
Feedback linearization of piecewise linear systems
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Üstoğlu, İlker (Elsevier, 2005)One of the classical problems of nonlinear systems and control theory is feedback linearization. Its obvious motivation is that one can utilize linear control theory if the nonlinear system at hand is linearizable by ... 
A full characterization of stabilizability of bimodal piecewise linear systems with scalar inputs
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Heemels, W. P. M. H.; Schumacher, J. M. (Elsevier, 200805)This paper studies openloop stabilization problem for bimodal systems with continuous vector field. It is based on the earlier work of the authors on the controllability problem for the same class of systems. A full ... 
Linear passive networks with ideal switches: consistent initial conditions and state discontinuities
Göknar, İzzet Cem; Frasca, Roberto; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Iannelli, Luigi; Vasca, Francesco (IEEE, 20101213)This paper studies linear passive electrical networks with ideal switches. We employ the socalled linear switched systems framework in which these circuits can be analyzed for any given switch configuration. After providing ... 
Linear passive systems and maximal monotone mappings
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Schumacher, J. M. (Springer, 20160328)This paper deals with a class of dynamical systems obtained from interconnecting linear systems with static setvalued relations. We first show that such an interconnection can be described by a differential inclusions ... 
Lyapunov stability of complementarity and extended systems
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Pang, JongShi; Shen, Jinglai (SIAM Publications, 2006)A linear complementarity system (LCS) is a piecewise linear dynamical system consisting of a linear time‐invariant ordinary differential equation (ODE) parameterized by an algebraic variable that is required to be a solution ... 
Modelling switching power converters as complementarity systems
Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Lannelli, Luigi; Vasca, Francesco (IEEE, 2004)Switched complementarity models of linear circuits with ideal diodes and/or ideal switches allow one to study wellposedness and stability issues for these circuits by employing the complementarity problems of the mathematical ... 
Modelling, wellposedness, and stability of switched electrical networks
Heemels, W. P. M. H.; Çamlıbel, Mehmet Kanat; Van Der Schaft, A. J.; Schumacher, J. M. (Springer, 20030403)A modeling framework is proposed for circuits that are subject to both time and state events. The framework applies to switched networks with linear and piecewise linear elements including diodes and switches. We show that ...