Robust Finite-Time ... Control for Uncertain Systems Subject to Intermittent Measurements

Zhenghong Deng
January 2012
Discrete Dynamics in Nature & Society;2012, p1
Academic Journal
This paper investigates the robust finite-time ... controller design problem of discrete-time systems with intermittent measurements. It is assumed that the system is subject to the norm-bounded uncertainties and the measurements are intermittent. The Bernoulli process is used to describe the phenomenon of intermittent measurements. By substituting the state-feedback controller into the system, a stochastic closed-loop system is obtained. Based on the analysis of the robust stochastic finite-time stability and the ... performance, the controller design method is proposed. The controller gain can be calculated by solving a sequence of linear matrix inequalities. Finally, a numerical example is used to show the design procedure and the effectiveness of the proposed design methodology.


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