Adaptive control design for nonlinear systems via successive approximations
Salamci, M. U.
Karakurt, A. H.
ASME 2017 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, DSCC 2017
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
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The paper presents an approach to the Model Reference Adaptive Control (MRAC) design for nonlinear dynamical systems. A nonlinear reference system is considered such that its response is designed to be stable via Successive Approximation Approach (SAA). Having designed the stable reference model through the SAA, MRAC is then formulated for nonlinear plant dynamics with a new adaptation rule to guarantee the convergence of the nonlinear plant response to that of the response of the nonlinear reference model. The proposed design methodology is illustrated with examples for different case studies. Copyright © 2017 ASME.
KeywordsAdaptive control systems
Advanced driver assistance systems
Advanced vehicle control systems
Linear control systems
Nonlinear dynamical systems
Adaptive control designs
Successive approximation approach
Model reference adaptive control
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