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Topological conjugacy for affine-linear flows and control systems

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  • Hyperbolic affine-linear flows on vector bundles possess unique bounded solutions on the real line. Hence they are topologically skew conjugate to their linear parts. This is used to show a classification of inhomogeneous bilinear control systems.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37B55, 37N35; Secondary: 93B10.


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