This paper focuses on the analysis and design of dissipativity-based fault-tolerant controller for discrete-time nonlinear Markov jump singularly perturbed systems (MJSPSs) which are based on Takagi–Sugeno fuzzy model. A novel strategy is proposed to improve the upper bound of singular perturbation parameter (SPP) ϵ, and the fault-tolerant design is also introduced, namely the susceptible property of systems is made full consideration, to ensure the specified performance of a system. The aim is to design an optimized slow state feedback controller such that the stability of MJSPSs is guaranteed even in faulty case, and the upper bound of the SPP ϵ is improved simultaneously. Utilizing Lyapunov functional technique, a sufficient condition for the existence of controller is shown. Last but not least, the control issue of a series DC motor model as an illustrated example is given to explain the availability of the presented design scheme.
Applied Mathematics and Computation – Elsevier
Published: Jul 1, 2018
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