By Jing Zhou, Changyun Wen

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4), f0 is selected as the upper bound of Vρ (0)+ 0 f2 (θ˜T Γ −1 θ+ t Mρ e−f (t−τ ) dτ, g(t) = bm (t). 1, we can conclude that Vρ (t) 0 and χ(t), hence zi , (i = 1, . . , ρ), θ, q and a are bounded. Since z1 and yr are bounded, y is also bounded. 36) are bounded as A0 is Hurwitz. Since the system is minimum phase in Assumption 4 and the boundedness of y, we have λ1 , . . , λm+1 are bounded. 59) gives ˆ qˆ, y (i−1) , λ1 , . . , λm+i−1 ) vm,i = zi + αi−1 (y, ξ, Ξ, θ, r i = 2, 3, . . 101) ˆ qˆ, yr and y˙ r proves that Let i = 2, the boundedness of λ1 , .

In a conclusion, we can ﬁnd a subsequence that leads to a contradiction in both g(t) > 0 and g(t) < 0. Therefore, χ(t) has upper bound. Case 2): χ has no lower bound on [0, tf ]. Deﬁne χ = −w. Accordingly, w has no upper bound. 16) Thus, there must exist a monotone increasing variable {wi = w(ti )} with w0 = |w(t0 )| > 0, limi→∞ ti = tf , and limi→∞ wi = ∞. Following the procedure as in Case 1), we can also construct a subsequence that leads to a contradiction. Accordingly, we can claim that w has upper bound on [0, tf ).

G(t) > 0. 8) where lm1 = 4m + 1 − χ0 . 9) System Model and Problem Formulation 37 where cm1 ∈ (0, 1), here we select cm1 = 12 . 10) ∗ where g0 = 2cm1 gmin e−f (t2 −t1 ) cos(πcm1 /2) > 0, and g1 = 2cm1 e−f 0. 11) Note that em grows faster than m when m → ∞. 11), we know that Vg (χ0 , χ2 ) = Vg (χ0 , 4m + 3) → −∞ as m → ∞. 2. g(t) < 0. 12) where lm2 = 4m − 1 − χ0 . 14) ∗ where g2 = 2cm1 gmin e−f (t1 −t3 ) cos(πcm1 /2) > 0, and g3 = 2cm1 e−f 0. 15), we know that Vg (χ0 , χ1 ) = Vg (χ0 , 4m + 1) → −∞ as m → ∞.