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This paper addresses the problem of controlling a second-order uncertain structural hysteretic system. The hysteretic behavior is represented by a Bouc–Wen model whose parameters lie within intervals. It is shown that the nonlinear response of the model acts as a bounded disturbance. This fact...
This note studies the asymptotic stabilization problem for controllable and observable, single-input single-output, linear, time-invariant, continuous-time systems by means of memoryless output feedback of the form u ( t ) = k ( t ) y ( t ) , with k ( t ) periodic and piecewise constant. A...
The convergence properties of causal and current iteration tracking error (CITE) discrete time iterative learning control (ILC) algorithms are studied using time and frequency domain convergence criteria. Of particular interest are conditions for monotone convergence, and these are evaluated...
Integral quadratic constraints (IQC) arise in many optimal and/or robust control problems. The IQC approach can be viewed as a generalization of the classical multiplier approach in the absolute stability theory. In this paper, we study the relationship between the two approaches for robust...
This paper is concerned with a delayed feedback control design for uncertain systems with time-varying input delay. Based on a reduction method, a new control design method is proposed by introducing some relaxation matrices and turning parameters, which can be chosen properly to lead to a less...
In this paper, we use a hierarchical identification principle to study identification problems for multivariable discrete-time systems. We propose a hierarchical gradient iterative algorithm and a hierarchical stochastic gradient algorithm and prove that the parameter estimation errors given by...
This paper presents an analysis of some regularization aspects in continuous-time model identification. The study particulary focuses on linear filter methods and shows that filtering the data before estimating their derivatives corresponds to a regularized signal derivative estimation by...
This contribution presents a new approach for the numeric computation of the input–output linearizing feedback law, which is obtained exactly in an analytical form. By using a state space embedding technique the nonlinear system to be controlled is described by a higher order system with solely...
The paper approaches the feedforward minimum-time smooth control of non-minimum-phase linear scalar systems for set-point regulation. The aim is to synthesize a bounded input subject to non-saturating constraints on the input and its derivatives till a prespecified arbitrary order. The provided...
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