Systems with Hysteresis - Krasnosel'skii, Mark A.; Pokrovskii, Aleksei V.
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Hysteresis phenomena are common in numerous physical, mechanical, ecological and biological systems. They reflect memory effects and process irreversibility. The use of hysteresis operators (hysterons) offers an approach to macroscopic modelling of the dynamics of phase transitions and rheological systems. The applications cover processes in electromagnetism, elastoplasticity and population dynamics in particular. Hysterons are also typical elements of control systems where they represent thermostats and other discontinuous controllers with memory. The book offers the first systematic…mehr

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Hysteresis phenomena are common in numerous physical, mechanical, ecological and biological systems. They reflect memory effects and process irreversibility. The use of hysteresis operators (hysterons) offers an approach to macroscopic modelling of the dynamics of phase transitions and rheological systems. The applications cover processes in electromagnetism, elastoplasticity and population dynamics in particular. Hysterons are also typical elements of control systems where they represent thermostats and other discontinuous controllers with memory. The book offers the first systematic mathematical treatment of hysteresis nonlinearities. Construction procedures are set up for hysterons in various function spaces, in continuous and discontinuous cases. A general theory of variable hysterons is developed, including identification and stability questions. Both deterministic and non-deterministic hysterons are considered, with applications to the study of feedback systems. Many of the results presented - mostly obtained by the authors and their scientific group - have not been published before. The book is essentially self contained and is addressed both to researchers and advanced students.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
  • Seitenzahl: 436
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. November 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 244mm x 170mm x 23mm
  • Gewicht: 747g
  • ISBN-13: 9783642647826
  • ISBN-10: 3642647820
  • Artikelnr.: 36119332
Inhaltsangabe
1 Static Hysteron.- 1. Short-memory transducer.- 1.1 Transducer.- 1.2 States of transducer.- 1.3 Some properties of transducers.- 1.4 Admissible inputs.- 1.5 Vibro-correctness.- 2. Generalized play.- 2.1 Ordinary play.- 2.2 Generalized play with piecewise monotone inputs.- 2.3 Estimates.- 2.4 Generalized play with continuous inputs.- 2.5 Dependence of outputs upon initial states.- 2.6 Correctness of the definition of the play.- 2.7 Monotonicity.- 2.8 Periodic inputs.- 2.9 Inputs defined on the whole real axis.- 3. Hysteron.- 3.1 Stop.- 3.2 Determining systems of curves.- 3.3 Piecewise monotone inputs.- 3.4 Passage to arbitrary continuous inputs.- 4. Canonical representation of hysteron and proof of Theorem 3.2.- 4.1 Canonical hysteron.- 4.2 Canonical representation theorem.- 4.3 Proof of Theorem 3.2.- 4.4 Properties of hysteron.- 4.5 Rectification of hysteron.- 5. Distances.- 5.1 Definition of distance.- 5.2 Estimates on differences of output signals.- 6. Various input spaces.- 6.1 Statement of the problem.- 6.2 Spaces of continuously differentiable functions.- 6.3 Play in the space S of absolutely continuous functions.- 6.4 Hysteron in the space S.- 6.5 Hysterons in spaces H?.- 6.6 Discontinuous inputs.- 6.7 Hysteron in the space of functions with bounded variation.- 6.8 Hysteron in Wiener spaces.- 2 Identification Theorem.- 7. Identification problem.- 7.1 General identification problem.- 7.2 Prehysteron.- 7.3 Basic identification theorem.- 7.4 Concluding remarks.- 8. Proof of Theorem 7.1.- 8.1 Singular points of the domain ? (V).- 8.2 Construction of curves ?(M).- 8.3 Construction of curves ?l, ?r.- 8.4 Completion of the proof of Theorem 7.1.- 9. ? - identiflability.- 9.1 Statement of the problem.- 9.2 Normal hysteron.- 9.3 Theorem on ?- identification.- 9.4 A remark.- 10. Approximate construction of hysteron.- 10.1 Distance between hysterons.- 10.2 Bounded inputs.- 10.3 Frames of hysterons.- 10.4 Approximation by operators different from hysterons.- 3 Vibro-Correct Differential Equations and Variable Hysterons.- 11. Necessary condition of vibro-correctness.- 11.1 Integrator.- 11.2 Simple examples.- 11.3 Necessary condition of vibro-correctness.- 11.4 Vibro-correctness in a point.- 12. Sufficient condition of vibro-correctness.- 12.1 Main result.- 12.2 An auxiliary equation.- 12.3 A substitution.- 12.4 Proof of Theorem 12.1.- 12.5 Lemma on differential inequalities.- 12.6 Vibro-correctness on smooth inputs.- 13. Vibro-solutions.- 13.1 Definition.- 13.2 Global vibro-correctness.- 13.3 Inputs on finite time interval.- 13.4 Inputs on infinite time interval.- 14. Equations with constraints.- 14.1 Equations with discontinuous right-hand sides.- 14.2 Arbitrary continuous constraints.- 14.3 Vibro-correct equations with constraints.- 14.4 Properties of vibro-solutions to equations with constraints.- 14.5 Vibro-solutions of parametrized equations.- 15. Variable hysteron.- 15.1 Description of hysteron by differential equations.- 15.2 Variable hysteron.- 15.3 Variable hysteron governed by differential equations.- 15.4 Infinitesimal hysteron.- 15.5 A special class of transducers.- 4 Multidimensional Hysterons.- 16. Multidimensional play and stop defined on smooth inputs.- 16.1 A simple example.- 16.2 A general notion.- 16.3 Correctness of the definitions of play and stop.- 16.4 Properties of play and stop.- 16.5 On the classical solutions of equations with discontinuous right-hand sides.- 17. Strictly convex characteristics.- 17.1 Vibro-correctness modulus.- 17.2 Holder condition.- 17.3 Passage to continuous inputs.- 17.4 Strong convergence.- 17.5 Perturbation of characteristics.- 17.6 Vibro-correctness modulus and differential inclusions.- 17.7 Lower bound for vibro-correctness moduli.- 18. Polyhedral characteristics.- 18.1 Basic theorems.- 18.2 Estimates of the Lipschitz constant.- 18.3 Proofs of Lemma 18.1 and Theorem 18.4.- 18.4 Proof of Theorem 18.3.- 18.5 Remarks.- 19. Arbitrary convex characteristics.- 19.1 Vibro-correctness