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For a class of linear switched systems in continuous time a controllability condition implies that state feedbacks allow to achieve almost sure stabilization with arbitrary exponential decay rates. This is based on the Multiplicative Ergodic Theorem applied to an associated system in discrete time. This result is related to the stabilizability problem for linear persistently excited systems.

For control systems in discrete time, this paper discusses measure-theoretic invariance entropy for a subset *Q* of the state space with respect to a quasi-stationary measure obtained by endowing the control range with a probability measure. The main results show that this entropy is invariant under measurable transformations and that it is already determined by certain subsets of *Q* which are characterized by controllability properties.

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