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Krener, INonlinear controllability and observability! Control opt. Sussmann, 'Existenoe and uniqueness of minimal realizations of nonlinear systems~ Math. 593-604. SYMMETRIES AND LOCAL CONTROLLABILITY P. E. Crouch and C. I. Byrnes ABSTRACT In this paper we review some ,results concerning the local controllability of nonlinear control systems. We stress those results which are most closely related to the existence of certain symmetries, including results by the authors and H. J. Sussmann. We also comment on the relation between this work and generalizations of Lie group theory to semigroups and Lie wedges.
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1. 3 ••• (Zp-l) (l_Cq)Zp+l Hence, we obtain a(daC)P(Zp)! Zp p! As (Zp) is bounded by ZP, we obtain p I(g,w) I s a(ZdaC)P p! Now let Pl""'P be Lie polynomials, y , ••• ,y new Letters and g' E R«y1, ••• ,y » th~ series having the difterential representation (l1',h) with l1,y i q = l1Pi' The previous paragraph implies that if w is a word of length p in the y's, then one has an inequality of the form l(g',w)1 S SD P p! •• +i q(il+···+i q )! which proves (C), in view of the remark following the definition of (C).