We used three subscales from the Cognitive Appraisal Rating Scale (CARS; Suzuki & Sakano, 1998) to measure challenge appraisal (2 items), threat appraisal (2 items), and controllability
appraisal (2 items) of work entry, using a 4-point Likert scale from 1 (not at all able) to 4 (completely able).
The rank of the controllability
matrix C, denoted by rank(C), provides the dimension of the controllable subspace of system (A, B).
Even, the quasisemigroup approach can be applied to characterize the controllability
of the non-autonomous control systems, although it is still limited to the autonomous controls .
The precise definition of the controllability
of system (2) is given as follows.
The local controllability
for the Roossler system (27) can be obtained by rewriting the system in the state-dependent coefficients form (25).
Matrices A and B of the above system (17) are controllable in the time range ([t.sub.0], [t.sub.1]), if and only if the controllability
matrix A defined as (20) has full rank n, where n is the number of states.
Then, through the comprehensive utilization of controllability
matrix [??] and observability matrix [mathematical expression not reproducible] can be obtained as
The uncertainty regarding the resulting size of the laser burn may lead to unfavorable visual acuity or visual field outcome and decreases controllability
of the MLP performed in the presence of a retinal edema.
Now, we turn to the concept of mild solutions and approximate controllability
of functional equation (2).
of semilinear control systems dominated by the linear part," SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, vol.
is concerned to the opportunity of forcing the system into a particular state by using suitable control the signal.