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It has been recently established that, when estimating parametric models on the basis of closed loop data, the frequency domain variability of direct and various indirect methods may significantly differ from one another. This paper continues this work by analysing the performance of certain...
In this paper, robust adaptive control is presented for a class of parametric-strict-feedback nonlinear systems with unknown time delays. Using appropriate Lyapunov–Krasovskii functionals, the uncertainties of unknown time delays are compensated for. Controller singularity problems are solved...
An optimisation problem is introduced which integrates a number of steps of the standard H ∞ loop-shaping design procedure. This optimisation problem maximises the robust stability margin over allowable loop-shaping weights while ensuring that the resulting loop-shape lives in a pre-defined...
Given a continuous-time controller and a Lyapunov function that shows global asymptotic stability for the closed-loop system, we provide several results for modification of the controller for sampled-data implementation. The main idea behind this approach is to use a particular structure for the...
In this paper, we consider identification of a nonlinear additive system. An input signal is designed in such a way that the problem of identification of nonlinear additive systems is reduced to a problem of identification of static nonlinear functions. Then, three approaches are established to...
Fault detection is addressed within a statistical framework. The goal of this paper is to propose an optimal statistical tool to detect a fault in a linear stochastic (dynamical) system with uncertainties (nuisance parameters or nuisance faults). It is supposed that the nuisance parameters are...
A unified duality model is proposed for describing the current Internet congestion control algorithms. Based on this model, the problem of the local asymptotic stability of the congestion control with heterogeneous propagation delays is formulated and solved. A general stability criterion is...
In this paper the H 2 -optimal control problem of systems with multiple i/o delays is presented. The problem is first converted to an equivalent H 2 regulator problem with multiple delays. The idea is to view the regulator problem in time-domain as a linear quadratic regulator problem with...
We propose two approximate dynamic programming (ADP)-based strategies for control of nonlinear processes using input–output data. In the first strategy, which we term ‘ J -learning,’ one builds an empirical nonlinear model using closed-loop test data and performs dynamic programming with it...
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