Adaptive robust sampled-data control of a class of systems under structured perturbations
Sezer, E. S.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
1707 - 1713
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Robust adaptive sampled-data control of a class of linear systems under structured perturbations is considered. The controller is a time-varying state-feedback law having a fixed structure, containing an adjustable parameter, and operating on sampled values. The sampling period and the controller parameter are adjusted with simple adaption rules. The resulting closed-loop system is shown to be stable for a class of unknown perturbations. The same result is also shown to be applicable to decentralized control of interconnected systems.
KeywordsControl system synthesis
Linear control systems
Robustness (control systems)
Sampled data control systems
Time varying control systems
Discrete time control
Simple adaptation rules
Time varying state feedback law
Adaptive control systems
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