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By Hongfei Li, Keqin Gu (auth.), David E. Gilsinn, Tamás Kalmár-Nagy, Balakumar Balachandran (eds.)

Delay Differential Equations: fresh Advances and New Directions cohesively offers contributions from best specialists at the thought and purposes of useful and hold up differential equations (DDEs).

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Jiang et al. with δ1 (t) t − t1,k and δ2 (t) t − t2,k . In other words, the observer is realizable because the times t1,k and t2,k defining the observer delays are known, thanks to the time stamps. The system features lead to δ1 (t) ≤ h1m + T and δ2 (t) ≤ h2m + T . We define the error vector between the estimated state x(t) ˆ and the present system state x(t) as e(t) = x(t) − x(t). 5), this error is given by: e(t) ˙ = Ae(t) − LCe(t − δ2 (t)). 1. 8) Ψ211 = PT (A0 + α I) + (A0 + α I)T P + S +δ2 Z1 +Y1 +Y1T , Ψ212 = P1 − P + ε PT (A0 + α I)T + δ2 Z2 +Y2 , Ψ222 = −ε (P + PT ) + δ2 Z3 + 2μ2 Ra + δ2 R.

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