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By setting as interconnection u˜ = u¯ and y˜ = y¯ , we by construction have that ∂H ∂x lim H0 (x) = lim H (x) = ∞ ⇒ x → ∞ t→∞ t→∞ which proves instability of the coupled system having a state diverging. The previous proof is simple and reasonably straightforward, but the theorem’s implications are far reaching. First of all, the theorem is general and nonlinear. This means that, if a controlled robot is not passive, it is possible to construct an environment, maybe by a second controlled robot, which would be passive and if connected to the original robot would result in an unstable system.
We proved that the resulting interconnection is again a Dirac structure with interconnection losses. Consider a network of N routers, each router being modeled as a port-Hamiltonian system. We have the corresponding Dirac structures Di , i = 1, . . , N . Assume that D1 is a source sending packets, at a constant rate η(t), to the destination D N . Further, assume that each Di , i = 2, . . , N − 1 also receive traffic from other sources. 7, by Li j , i = j, i = 1 : N − 1, j = 2 : N . , L = i=N , j=N −1 Li j .
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Analysis and design engineering systems by Henry M. Paynter