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Published
**1997**
by Springer in London, New York
.

Written in

- Real-time control.,
- System analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement | Sophie Tarbouriech and Germain Garcia, eds. |

Series | Lecture notes in control and information sciences ;, 227 |

Contributions | Tarbouriech, Sophie., Garcia, Germain. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TJ217.7 .C66 1997 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xiv, 186 p. : |

Number of Pages | 186 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL669087M |

ISBN 10 | 3540761837 |

LC Control Number | 97014914 |

In this paper, the problem of stabilizing a class of fractional-order chaotic systems with sector and dead-zone nonlinear inputs is investigated. The effects of model uncertainties and external disturbances are fully taken into account. Moreover, the bounds of both model uncertainties and external disturbances are assumed to be unknown in by: Research Article Observer-Based Bounded Control for Discrete Time-Delay Uncertain Nonlinear Systems system subject to input saturation, parameter uncertainties, nonlinearity, disturbance, and time delays in both the states and the control inputs has not been investigated.

BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Pancake00analysisand, author = {T. Pancake and M. Corless and M. Brockman}, title = {Analysis and control of polytopic uncertain/nonlinear systems in the presence of bounded disturbance inputs}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the American Control Conference}, year = {}}. AbstractŠAn adaptive control algorithm is proposed for output regulation of uncertain nonlinear systems in output feedback form under disturbances generated from nonlinear exosystems. A new nonlinear internal model is proposed to generate the desired input term for suppression of the disturbances. The proposed internal model design is based on File Size: KB.

Bounded-Input Bounded-Predefined-Control Bounded-Output 7 Fisher Ln. Levittown, NY, Abstract The paper is an attempt to generalize a methodology [1; 93] and [2, 3; 95], which is similar to the bounded-input bounded-output (BIBO) method currently widely used [] for the system stability studies. control of uncertain singular systems by decentralized output-feedback. It derives a perturbation upper bound that ensures the existence of decen-tralized output-feedback control law such that the closed-loop system re-mains both regularity and impulse free for any allowable perturbations.

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The book's unity is secured by the desire to formulate control design requirements through constraints on input and model uncertainty : Sophie Tarbouriech. The book's unity is secured by the desire to formulate control design requirements through constraints on input and model uncertainty description.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Feedback Control of Constrained Discrete-Time Systems --L-Disturbance Attenuation for Linear Systems with Bounded Controls: an ARE-Based Approach --Stability Analysis of Uncertain Systems with Saturation Constraints --Multi-Objective Bounded Control of Uncertain.

Control of uncertain systems with bounded inputs. [Sophie Tarbouriech; Germain Garcia;] -- In practical control problems, many constraints have to be handled in order to design controllers which operate in a real environment.

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Robust Control of Uncertain Dynamic Systems: A Linear State Space Approach is an ideal book for first year graduate students taking a course in robust control in aerospace, mechanical, or electrical engineering.

Save 40% on Audible For a limited time, get your first 3 months for just $/month on Audible Get this dealCited by: The design of bounded-input controller is facilitated by means of introduction of auxiliary dynamics in the closed-loop system.

The controller takes advantages of using an adaptive multilayer neural network and a robust term to deal with uncertainties of the by: 4.

The book consists of 14 chapters. Chapter 1, “Introduction to Robust Control,” sets the stage by presenting applications, motivation, philosophy, and a description of the book's organization. Chapter__?__Pub Fmt hardspace>2, “Signals and Systems,” covers signal spaces, systems, operators, and feedback connectors.

Chapter 3, “Performance Constraints,” studies problem. Considered in this paper is the problem of constrained control for uncertain systems with delays. The system matrices are confined by two constant matrices serving as the lower and upper bounds, respectively.

The delays may be time-varying even unbounded, the unique requirement imposed on them is they should be nonnegative. When designing controller, two. In uncertain fully actuated systems, the input matrix B is a n × n square matrix (n is also the dimension of the control vector), or can even be written as an identity matrix.

This paper proposes a convex approach to regional stability and ℒ︁ 2 ‐gain analysis and control synthesis for a class of nonlinear systems subject to bounded disturbance signals, where the system matrices are allowed to be rational functions of the state and uncertain parameters.

To derive sufficient conditions for analysing input‐to Cited by: A novel bounded control for nonlinear uncertain systems with inequality constraints is considered. First, a state transformation is applied to satisfy the inequality constraints of the controlled outputs.

Therefore, the controlled outputs are within the desired bounds. Next, a diffeomorphism is introduced for the control : Chenming Li, Chenming Li, Han Zhao, Hao Sun, Ye-Hwa Chen, Ye-Hwa Chen. The chapter explores how such a method can be simply but effectively applied to an uncertain systems with an unknown structural nonlinearity superimposed over a basic linearized system.

The model reference adaptation systems (MRASs) adaptive control procedure can be applied to robust control in the presence of bounded random disturbance inputs. Adaptive Dynamic Surface Control Design for Uncertain Nonlinear Strict-Feedback Systems With Unknown Control Direction and Disturbances Abstract: This paper investigates the adaptive tracking control problem for a class of uncertain single-input and single-output strict-feedback nonlinear systems with unknown control direction and Cited by: A tracking controller is developed for a class of uncertain Euler-Lagrange systems with bounded external disturbances and an uncertain time-varying input delay.

A novel filtered tracking error. Abstract This paper deals with the problem of stabilizing an uncertain chain of integrators by means of bounded (arbitrary small) control.

The problem is solved by designing a nonlinear state feedback which renders the uncertain chain of integrators input to state stable with respect to exogenous inputs affecting the integrators : Lorenzo Marconi, Alberto Isidori, Alberto Isidori.

Sliding Mode Control for Robust Stabilization of Uncertain Input-Delay Systems Young-Hoon Roh and Jun-Ho Oh Abstract: This paper is concerned with a delay-dependent sliding mode scheme for the robust stabilization of input-delay systems with bounded unknown uncertainties.

A sliding surface based on a predictor is proposed to minimize the effect. 2-Gain analysis and control of uncertain nonlinear systems with bounded disturbance inputs D. Coutinho1,*,y,2, A.

Troﬁno3 and P. Dane`s4,5 1Department of Electrical Engineering, Pontifı ´cia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul, Av. Ipiranga This paper studies the problem of adaptive tracking control for a class of uncertain nonlinear systems with input quantization, external disturbances and actuator faults.

It is assumed that the upper bounds of disturbances and the time varying stuck faults, are by: This book presents new methodologies for the design and analysis of adaptive control systems based on the backstepping approach. Our emphasis is on - namic uncertain systems with nonsmooth nonlinearities, such as backlash, de- zone, hysteresis and saturation, or time-varying parameters, or interactions.

The backstepping approach, a recursive Lyapunov-based. The uncertain systems under consideration are described by state equations in which the input matrix depends on a matrix of uncertain parameters.

This matrix of uncertain parameters may be time-varying; however, it is constrained by a bound on its induced by: Abstract: In this article, tracking control is considered for a class of uncertain multi-input-multi-output (MIMO) nonlinear systems, where the time-varying parameters, the time-varying control coefficient and the time-varying disturbance are assumed to be unknown but to be bounded.

Three stable adaptive tracking schemes for a given reference Author: Zhengqiang Zhang, Xue-Jun Xie, Shuzhi Sam Ge.This paper investigates one aspect of the problem of stabilizing an uncertain linear system.

That is, the systems under consideration contain uncertain parameters which are unknown but bounded. The question arises as to whether such a system can be stabilized via feedback control. In some of the previous papers in this area, the system is assumed to satisfy a so Cited by: