Following a brief review of the use of stated space models for switched power electronic systems, we illustrate the need for care in extending the use of state-space averaging techniques, and point out the possible relevance of averaging methods of classical mathematical physics. The existence of potentially useful control synthesis procedures for periodically-varying state-space systems is finally outlined.
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