
Definition of Controllability
1. n. Capability of being controlled; controllableness.
Definition of Controllability
1. Noun. The quality of being controllable; controllableness. ¹
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Definition of Controllability
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Literary usage of Controllability
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1. The System of Animate Nature: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the by John Arthur Thomson (1920)
"The Idea of the controllability of Life. § 2. Heredity the First Determinant of
Life. § 3. Nurture the Second Determinant of Life. § 4. ..."
2. Discrete Oscillation Theory by Ravi P. Agarwal (2005)
"While the first result gives a method on how to check controllability of a special
system in a ... We remark that, in case of controllability of (2.1.5) on ..."
3. Proceedings of the BerkeleyAmes Conference on Nonlinear Problems in Control by Louis R. Hunt, Clyde Martin (1984)
"GLOBAL controllability FOR NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Dirk Aeyels 1. In [1], it has been
shown that a NorseSmale vectorfield X (defined on a smooth compact manifold ..."
4. Cartanian Geometry, Nonlinear Waves, and Control Theory. by Robert Hermann (1980)
"THE DERIVED SYSTEM, CHON' S ACCESSIBILITY THEOREM, AND controllability OF INPUT
SYSTEMS In the previous section we have reduced the study of our input ..."
5. Geometry and Identification: Proceedings of APSM Workshop on System Geometry by Róbert Hermann, Peter E. Caines (1983)
"... OBSERVABILITY AND controllability Arjan van der Schaft ABSTRACT. Several
representations of smooth nonlinear systems with external variables are ..."
6. The Dynamics of the Airplane by Kenneth Powers Williams (1921)
"CHAPTER VII STABILITY AND controllability 84. We come now to the consideration
of a question which is of the greatest importance in the actual practice of ..."
7. Linear Systems Theory and Introductory Algebraic Geometry by Robert Hermann (1974)
"... hence it can usually be left out, ie be set equal to zero. 4. IMPULSE RESPONSE
AND TRANSFER FUNCTIONS; OBSERVABILITY AND controllability ..."