Non Monotonic Approach to Robust H Infinity Control of Multi Model Systems

Non-monotonic Approach to Robust H∞ Control of Multi-model Systems focuses on robust analysis and synthesis problems for multi-model systems based on the non-monotonic Lyapunov Functionals (LFs) approach that enlarges the stability region and improves control performance. By fully considering the diversity of switching laws, the multi-step time difference, the multi-step prediction, and the expansion of system dimension, the non-monotonic LF can be properly constructed. The focus of this book is placed on the H∞ state feedback control, H∞ filtering and H∞ output feedback control for multi-model systems via a non-monotonic LF approach. The book's authors provide illustrative examples to show the feasibility and efficiency of the proposed methods, along with practical examples that demonstrate the effectiveness and potential of theoretical results. Offers tools for the analysis and design of control processes where the process can be represented by multi-models Presents a comprehensive explanation of recent developments in non-monotonic approaches to robust H-infinity control of multi-model systems Gives numerical examples and simulation results in each chapter to demonstrate engineering potential

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  • Author : Jiwei Wen
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 222 pages
  • ISBN : 0128148683
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Non-Monotonic Approach to Robust H-Infinity Control of Multi-Model Systems

Non-Monotonic Approach to Robust H-Infinity Control of Multi-Model Systems
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Non-monotonic Approach to Robust H∞ Control of Multi-model Systems focuses on robust analysis and synthesis problems for multi-model systems based on the non-monotonic Lyapunov Functionals (LFs) approach that enlarges the stability region and improves control performance. By fully considering the diversity of switching laws, the multi-step time difference, the multi-step prediction, and the expansion of system dimension, the non-monotonic LF can be properly constructed. The focus of this book is placed on the H∞ state feedback control, H∞ filtering and

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