## What is Stabilizability and detectability?

The definition of stabilizable is: A system is stabilizable if all unstable states are controllable. The definition of detectable is: A system is detectable if all unstable states are observable.

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**How do you determine if a system is stabilizable?**

(Stabilizable system): The pair (A,B) is stabilizable if it is algebraically equivalent to a system in the standard form for uncontrollable systems with n = m (i.e, Au does not exist) or with Au a stability matrix.

### What is Stabilizability?

Stabilizability. A slightly weaker notion than controllability is that of stabilizability. A system is said to be stabilizable when all uncontrollable state variables can be made to have stable dynamics.

**Can an unstable system be controllable?**

A system is not considered to be controllable when you cannot control all its states (or fix all its poles). It still is stabilizable when you can control all unstable poles. The others are stable and so, one may afford to ignore them. Controllability is much more powerful, though.

#### What is detectability in control system?

A slightly weaker notion than observability is detectability. A system is detectable if all the unobservable states are stable. Detectability conditions are important in the context of sensor networks.

**What is the difference between stability and controllability?**

In brief, a linear system is stable if its state does remains bounded with time, is controllable if the input can be designed to take the system from any initial state to any final state, and is observable if its state can be recovered from its outputs.

## What is the difference between maneuverability and controllability?

Controllability of an aircraft is the capability of an aircraft to respond to the pilots’ control inputs and the manoeuvrability is the quality of the aircraft that can be easily controlled in the given space region.

**What is controllability and observability?**

Controllability measures the ability of a particular actuator configuration to control all the states of the system; conversely, observability measures the ability of the particular sensor configuration to supply all the information necessary to estimate all the states of the system.

### What does detectability mean?

/dɪˈtek.tə.bəl/ that can be noticed or discovered: There has been no detectable change in the patient’s condition. Tests show the virus is barely detectable in his blood.

**What is controllability and observability matrix?**

#### How do you check controllability and observability in Matlab?

Check System Controllability Co = ctrb(A,B); Determine the number of uncontrollable states. The uncontrollable state indicates that Co does not have full rank 2. Therefore the system is not controllable.

**What does maneuverability mean?**

easy to maneuver

adjective. capable of being steered or directed; easy to maneuver: The polyethylene craft remains as durable and maneuverable as any conventional high-performance kayak. able to maneuver easily: maneuverable troops;I felt extremely maneuverable on these shorter skis.

## How do you check if the matrix is controllable in Matlab?

Check System Controllability A = [1 1; 4 -2]; B = [1 -1; 1 -1]; Compute controllability matrix. Co = ctrb(A,B); Determine the number of uncontrollable states.

**What is detectability in risk assessment?**

In general, detectability is the probability of the failure being detected before the impact of the failure to the system or process being evaluated is detected. The detectability score is rated against the ability to detect the effect of the failure mode or the ability to detect the failure mode it self.

### Is detectability a real word?

Detectability definition (uncountable) The state of being detectable.

**What is difference between controllability and observability?**

#### How do you find the controllability of a matrix in Matlab?

Co = ctrb(sys) calculates the controllability matrix of the state-space LTI object sys . This syntax is equivalent to: Co = ctrb(sys.