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  • Collabratec

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      Issue No: Vol. 42, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • 50 Years of Dissipativity, Part II [From the Editor]

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      Authors: Rodolphe Sepulchre;
      Pages: 3 - 4
      Abstract: How often have you read the second part of a two-part article' For 25 years, I contended myself to read and reread Part I of the dissipativity article, thinking that this was the noble part of the theory [1]. Part II was just there to connect the new concept to the existing body of linear-quadratic theory [2]. My interest was in the nonlinear theory and in the future anyway, so why bother'
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  • IEEE What+If

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  • 50 Years of Dissipativity Theory, Part II [About This Issue]

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      Authors: Rodolphe Sepulchre;
      Pages: 5 - 7
      Abstract: This IEEE Control Systems issue continues to celebrate the 50th anniversary of dissipativity theory with a focus on the second part of Jan Willems’ 1972 article. “From the Editor” elaborates on the significance of that article, in particular the relevance of the relaxation property for today’s control theory. Guest editor Arjan van der Schaft has assembled seven articles for this special issue: “Dissipativity, Reciprocity, and Passive Network Synthesis: From the Seminal Dissipative Dynamical Systems Articles of Jan Willems to the Present Day,” by Timothy Hughes and Edward Branford; “Dissipative Dynamical Systems With Set-Valued Feedback Loops: Well-Posed Set-Valued Lur’e Dynamical Systems,” by Bernard Brogliato; “The Analysis of Optimization Algorithms: A Dissipativity Approach,” by Laurent Lessard; “Passive and Reciprocal Networks: From Simple Models to Simple Optimal Controllers,” by Richard Pates; “Dissipativity Theory in Game Theory: On the Role of Dissipativity and Passivity in Nash Equilibrium Seeking,” by Lacra Pavel; “Dissipativity and Integral Quadratic Constraints: Tailored Computational Robustness Tests for Complex Interconnections,” by Carsten Scherer; and “Data-Driven Dissipativity Analysis: Application of the Matrix S-Lemma,” by Henk Van Waarde, Kanat Camlibel, Paolo Rapisarda, and Harry Trentelman. The seven articles are described in the introductory article by guest editor Arjan van der Schaft.
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  • Looking Ahead: The CSS Strategic Plan [President’s Message]

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      Authors: Thomas Parisini;
      Pages: 8 - 11
      Abstract: Welcome to my second column of 2022, following the exciting “President’s Message” invited column by Bob Shorten (Imperial College, United Kingdom) that dealt with the potential impact of control theory on society, highlighting the challenges in front of us (see the April 2022 issue of IEEE Control Systems).
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  • IEEE Membership

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  • IEEE Control Systems Society Day: October 19, 2022 [CSS News]

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      Abstract: Reports on CS Society day which will take place on October 19, 2022.
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  • [25 Years Ago]

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      Pages: 13 - 15
      Abstract: In this issue, “25 Years Ago” revisits the article “Modeling Piezoelectric Stack Actuators for Control of Micromanipulation,” by Michael Goldfarb and Nikola Celanovic, IEEE Control Systems Magazine, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 69Ð79, 1997. Below is an excerpt from the article.
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  • IEEE Access

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  • A New Control Systems Society Initiative: CSS Day [Member Activities]

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      Abstract: Reports on the CS society CSS Day,
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  • Technical Committee on Process Control [Technical Activities]

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      Abstract: Reports on the activities of the CS Technical Committee on Process Control.
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  • Technical Committee on Smart Cities [Technical Activities]

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      Abstract: Reports on the activities of the CS Technical Committee on Smart Cities.
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  • [People in Control]

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      Abstract: In this issue of IEEE Control Systems, we speak with Timothy O’Leary, a neurophysiologist and associate professor of information engineering and neuroscience in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge; Colin Jones, an associate professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland; Enoch Yeung, an assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB); and Richard Pates, a senior lecturer at Lund University, Sweden.
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  • Timothy O’Leary [People in Control]

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      Abstract: Q. As a biologist, how did you find your way into control engineering'
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  • Colin N. Jones [People in Control]

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      Pages: 23 - 25
      Abstract: Q. How did your education and early career lead to your initial and continuing interest in the control field'
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  • Enoch Yeung [People in Control]

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      Abstract: Q. How did your education and early career lead to your initial and continuing interest in the control field'
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  • Richard Pates [People in Control]

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      Abstract: Q. How did your education and early career lead to your initial and continuing interest in the control field'
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  • Introduction to Jan C. Willems’, “Dissipative Dynamical Systems, Part
           II: Linear Systems With Quadratic Supply Rates”

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      Authors: Arjan van der Schaft;
      Pages: 32 - 35
      Abstract: The two-part article, “Dissipative Dynamical Systems,” by Jan C. Willems, was submitted in January 1972 to the Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis and published in the same year (vol. 45, Part I, pp. 321–351, Part II: pp. 352–393). While Part I develops the theory of dissipative systems for general input–state–output systems, Part II confines itself to linear systems. Moreover, most of Part II is about dissipativity with respect to the supply rate $y{hspace{0.06em}}^{top}u,$ that is, linear passive systems. The main questions addressed in Part II concern the analysis of the set of storage functions of linear passive systems (with the existence of a minimal and maximal element already established in Part I) and the compatibility of storage functions with other external and internal symmetry properties of the system, such as reciprocity and reversibility. (See “The Articles of This Special Issue.”) This links the article closely to the realization theory of physical linear systems, in particular, the network synthesis of electrical circuits, the Onsager–Casimir relation of linear thermodynamics, and the input–output analysis of linear viscoelastic systems.
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  • Dissipativity, Reciprocity, and Passive Network Synthesis: From the
           Seminal Dissipative Dynamical Systems Articles of Jan Willems to The
           Present Day

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      Authors: Timothy H. Hughes;Edward H. Branford;
      Pages: 36 - 57
      Abstract: The dissipativity concept sits at the intersection of physics, systems theory, and control engineering as a natural generalization of passive systems that dissipate energy. It relates the external behavior of systems to their internal state and connects the subjects of optimal control, algebraic Riccati equations, linear matrix inequalities, complex functions, and spectral factorization. Within control, its applications include the analysis and design of interconnected systems (such as cyberphysical systems), robustness, and the absolute stability problem as well as network synthesis (of electrical, mechanical, and multiphysics systems). Dissipativity emerged as a stand-alone concept following the seminal “Dissipative Dynamical Systems” articles of Jan Willems, which drew on the work of Kalman, Youla, Anderson, Yakubovich, Popov, and others. This article details recent developments in the treatment of dissipativity and the related concept of reciprocity for systems that are not necessarily controllable and need not lend themselves naturally to an input–state–output perspective, as is the case for many physical and passive systems. We illustrate these concepts using simple electric circuit and mechanical network examples. We also draw inspiration from the behavioral theory developed by Jan Willems and collaborators, a natural formalism for analyzing physical systems that need not be controllable and characterized in terms of inputs and outputs.
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  • The Analysis of Optimization Algorithms: A Dissipativity Approach

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      Authors: Laurent Lessard;
      Pages: 58 - 72
      Abstract: Optimization problems in engineering and applied mathematics are typically solved in an iterative fashion, by systematically adjusting the variables of interest until an adequate solution is found. The iterative algorithms that govern these systematic adjustments can be viewed as a control system. In control systems, the output is measured and the input is adjusted using feedback to drive the error to zero. Similarly, in iterative algorithms, the optimization objective is evaluated and the candidate solution is adjusted to drive it toward the optimal point. Choosing an algorithm that works well for a variety of optimization problems is akin to robust controller design. Just as dissipativity theory can be used to analyze the stability properties of control systems, it can also be used to analyze the convergence properties of iterative algorithms. By defining an appropriate notion of “energy” that dissipates with every iteration of the algorithm, the convergence properties of the algorithm can be characterized. This article formalizes the connection between iterative algorithms and control systems and shows through examples how dissipativity theory can be used to analyze the performance of many classes of optimization algorithms. This control-theoretic viewpoint enables the selection and tuning of optimization algorithms to be performed in an automated and systematic way.
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  • Passive and Reciprocal Networks: From Simple Models to Simple Optimal
           Controllers

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      Authors: Richard Pates;
      Pages: 73 - 92
      Abstract: Can simple systems be regulated by simple controllers' Engineering experience indicates that this is often the case. Certainly, the overwhelming majority of industrially deployed controllers are proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers, many of which are tuned without detailed models. This is often in disappointing contrast with the controllers produced using model-based approaches. This article takes a slightly different approach. (For a nontechnical summary of the approach taken in this article, see “Nontechnical Summary.”) Rather than imposing structural constraints on the controller (which is difficult and diminishes the level of achievable performance), we instead look for structural features in system models that naturally yield simpler optimal controllers. This is similar in philosophy to the work of [7], in which the property of spatial invariance is shown to simplify the realization and synthesis of optimal controllers for a class of optimal control problems. However, rather than using spatial invariance to define the notion of a “simple system,” we instead turn to passivity and reciprocity.
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  • Dissipative Dynamical Systems With Set-Valued Feedback Loops: Well-Posed
           Set-Valued Lur’e Dynamical Systems

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      Authors: Bernard Brogliato;
      Pages: 93 - 114
      Abstract: Passivity and dissipativity, in Jan Willems’s sense, are known to be powerful tools for stability analysis and feedback control design. For instance, passive systems in negative feedback interconnection with slope-restricted, static, single-valued, smooth nonlinearities, known as Lur’e systems, have been thoroughly studied in automatic control, yielding the so-called absolute stability problem (with the famous Popov and circle criteria). On the other hand, large classes of nonsmooth systems (complementarity dynamical systems, relay systems, projected dynamical systems, evolution and differential variational inequalities, Moreau’s sweeping processes, and maximal monotone differential inclusions), with applications in circuits, mechanics, and economics, are interpreted as set-valued Lur’e systems, in which the feedback nonlinearity is a multivalued mapping. Therefore, the closed-loop system is a differential inclusion of a certain type, the well posedness of which must be analyzed as a prerequisite for stability and control. This introductory article focuses on the well posedness of such set-valued feedback systems. It is shown how the existence and uniqueness of solutions to these specific differential inclusions benefit a lot from the passivity of the system and the maximal monotonicity (which is a form of incremental passivity) of the feedback set-valued mapping. Available results are reviewed, many illustrative examples are given, and some open issues are highlighted.
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  • Dissipativity and Integral Quadratic Constraints: Tailored Computational
           Robustness Tests for Complex Interconnections

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      Authors: Carsten W. Scherer;
      Pages: 115 - 139
      Abstract: A central notion in systems theory is dissipativity, which was introduced by Jan Willems with the explicit goal of arriving at a fundamental understanding of the stability properties of feedback interconnections. In robust control, the framework of integral quadratic constraints (IQCs) builds on the seminal contributions of Yakubovich and Zames in the 1960s. It provides a technique for analyzing the stability of an interconnection of some linear system in feedback with a whole class of systems, also referred to as uncertainty. This article surveys the key ideas of exploiting dissipativity and IQCs to systematically construct computational tests for robust stability and performance of uncertain interconnections in terms of linear matrix inequalities. The article focuses on the recently introduced notion of finite-horizon IQCs with a terminal cost, which is shown to provide a seamless link between dissipativity theory and absolute stability theory based on dynamic IQCs.
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  • Data-Driven Dissipativity Analysis: Application of the Matrix S-Lemma

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      Authors: Henk J. van Waarde;M. Kanat Camlibel;Paolo Rapisarda;Harry L. Trentelman;
      Pages: 140 - 149
      Abstract: The concept of dissipativity, as introduced by Jan Willems, is one of the cornerstones of systems and control theory. Typically, dissipativity properties are verified by resorting to a mathematical model of the system under consideration. This article aims to assess dissipativity using computing storage functions for linear systems directly from measured data. As our main contributions, we provide conditions under which dissipativity can be ascertained from a finite collection of noisy data samples. Three different noise models are considered that can capture a variety of situations, including the cases where the data samples are noise-free, the energy of the noise is bounded, or the individual noise samples are bounded. All conditions are phrased in terms of data-based linear matrix inequalities, which can be readily solved using existing software packages.
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      Issue No: Vol. 42, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • Dissipativity Theory in Game Theory: On the Role of Dissipativity and
           Passivity in Nash Equilibrium Seeking

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      Authors: Lacra Pavel;
      Pages: 150 - 164
      Abstract: I n this article, we show how dissipativity and passivity theory impacts game theory, in particular, learning in multiplayer games. Over the years, a plethora of algorithms/dynamics have been proposed in the game theoretic literature for learning (or seeking) a Nash equilibrium. From the best-response play, proximal dynamics and (projected) gradient-play to fictitious-play, payoff-based play or Q-learning (reinforcement-learning), the list is long. Herein, we consider some these popular game-theoretic algorithms and show how the principle of balancing passivity can explain their operation, as well as the trade-off between game properties and learning dynamics properties. We discuss how passivity and basic properties of interconnected systems lead to simplified proofs of convergence of such algorithms, and furthermore, how by leveraging them, novel algorithms and game dynamics with better properties can be generated.
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  • Book Announcements [Bookshelf]

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      Pages: 165 - 167
      Abstract: Summary form only given. Presents short summaries of recent books in the electromagnetic industry.
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  • IEEE Proceedings

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  • The 60th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control [Conference Reports]

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      Pages: 168 - 171
      Abstract: Presents information on the 60th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.
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  • [Conference Calendar]

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      Abstract: Presents the CS soceity calendar of upcoming events and meetings.
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