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75 0 0 which are the matrices that are zero everywhere but their i j th-entry which is one. Then we identify each of these with the vector en(j 1)+i 2 Rk . Thus addition or scalar multiplication on Rn m can be translated to equivalent operations on Rk . 24 1. 4 Mappings and matrix representations We are now ready to introduce the important concept of a linear mapping between vector spaces. The mapping A : V ! W is linear if A( v1 + v2 ) = Av1 + Av2 for all v1 v2 in V , and all scalars 1 and 2 .
Thus AV J ;1 = U1 0 where U1 2 C m r . This leads to A = U1 0 0 I0 V = U1 U2 0 00 V where the right-hand side is valid for any U2 2 C m (n;r) . So choose U2 such that U1 U2 is unitary. To prove the nal part of the theorem, simply note that if A is a real matrix then all of the constructions above can be made with real matrices. When n = m the matrix in the SVD is diagonal. When these dimensions are not equal has the form of either 2 3 2 3 0 11 0 11 6 7 ... 6 7 6 7 . 7 when n < m. 4 5 when n > m, or 6 .
H n is a linear map and the LMI can be written compactly as F (Z ) < ;T: With these examples and de nition in hand, we will easily be able to recognize an LMI. Here we have formulated LMIs in terms of the Hermitian matrices, which is the most general situation for our later analysis. In some problems LMIs are written over the space of symmetric matrices Sn, and this is the usual form employed for computation. 4. Linear Matrix Inequalities 49 to the following discussion, and furthermore in the exercises we will see that the Hermitian form can always be converted to the symmetric form.
A Course in Robust Control Theory - A Convex Approach by Dullerud G.E., Paganini F.