Title: Computing Structured Singular Values for Sturm-Liouville Problems
Author(s): Mutti-Ur Rehman, Ghulam Abbas, Arshad Mehmood
Pages: 879-891
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Mutti-Ur Rehman, Ghulam Abbas, Arshad Mehmood, Computing Structured Singular Values for Sturm-Liouville Problems, Int. J. Anal. Appl., 17 (5) (2019), 879-891.

Abstract


In this article we present numerical computation of pseudo-spectra and the bounds of Structured Singular Values (SSV) for a family of matrices obtained while considering matrix representation of SturmLiouville (S-L) problems with eigenparameter-dependent boundary conditions. The low rank ODE’s based technique is used for the approximation of the bounds of SSV. The lower bounds of SSV discuss the instability analysis of linear system in system theory. The numerical experimentation show the comparison of bounds of SSV computed by low rank ODE’S technique with the well-known MATLAB routine mussv available in MATLAB Control Toolbox.

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