Extended controller form and invariants of nonlinear control systems with a single input
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In this paper, a normal form for nonlinear control systems with a single input by studying its k jet is found It is a generalization of linear Brunovsky form to nonlinear control systems A set of invariants which characterizes the homogeneous parts of a control system is also found Then the problem of convergence and uniqueness of the normal forms is studied.
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