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Privacy, Positive Systems and Luenberger Observers

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In this talk we will first describe the concept of differential privacy (DP), introduced by Cynthia Dwork for queries on static databases, before going on to outline more recent work on applying the DP formalism in a control theoretic setting. In the latter part of the talk, we will focus on some particular problems that arise in connection with positive systems. Specifically, we will describe how to construct mechanisms that respect the positivity constraint of the system and present a number of results related to sensitivity of positive Luenberger observers. (Joint work with Aisling McGlinchey.)

This talk is part of the Optimisation and Numerical Analysis Seminars series.

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