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An adaptive sliding mode control (ASMC) technique based on T–S fuzzy system models is proposed in this paper for a class of perturbed nonlinear MIMO dynamic systems in order to solve tracking problems. A T–S fuzzy model is firstly formed by utilizing fuzzy theorem to amalgamate a set of...
In this paper, we propose to regulate the output of an auto-catalytic bioprocess (a biological process associated with a growth of a micro-organism) by means of a recirculation loop and by-pass. We give conditions on the volume of the reactor and the kinetic function for which it is possible to...
This paper is concerned with the delay-dependent robust stability problem for uncertain linear systems with interval time-varying delay. The time-varying delay is assumed to belong to an interval and no restriction on the derivative of the time-varying delay is needed, which allows the delay to...
Max-plus-linear systems efficiently describe the dynamics of event time sequences of a class of discrete event systems. The present contribution addresses the problem of designing adequate input signals for state space identification of max-plus-linear systems. It is shown that the input signal...
This paper discusses the stabilization of a networked control system (NCS) in which sensors and actuators of a plant exchange information with a remote controller via a shared communication medium. Access to that medium is governed by a pair of periodic communication sequences. Under the model...
Design of iterative learning control (ILC) often requires some prior knowledge about a system's control matrix. In some applications, such as uncalibrated visual servoing, this kind of knowledge may be unavailable so that a stable learning control cannot always be achieved. In this paper, a...
This paper investigates the robust stabilization problem for uncertain systems with unknown input delay based on the reduction method. Two types of the unknown input delay are considered: one is constant; the other is continuous and may vary fast. Sufficient matrix inequalities conditions for...
In this note the stability of a second-order quasi-polynomial with a single delay is studied. Although there is a vast literature on this problem, most available solutions are limited to some particular cases. Moreover, some published results on this subject appear to contain imprecise, or even...
The objective of this work is to study the stability of systems with backlash, from an input–output point of view. In the first part, an L ∞ analysis is addressed. This analysis provides not only conditions for boundedness of the loop signals, but also results on existence of solutions, based...
In this paper, we consider several extremum seeking schemes and show under appropriate conditions that these schemes achieve extremum seeking from an arbitrarily large domain of initial conditions if the parameters in the controller are appropriately adjusted. This non-local stability result is...
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