Feedback control of limit cycles: a switching control strategy based on nonsmooth bifurcation theory
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In this paper, we present a method to control limit cycles in smooth planar systems making use of the theory of nonsmooth bifurcations. By designing an appropriate switching controller, the occurrence of a corner-collision bifurcation is induced on the system and the amplitude and stability properties of the target limit cycle are controlled. The technique is illustrated through a representative example.
CitationAngulo, F.; Di Bernardo, M.; Fossas, E.; Olivar, G. Feedback control of limit cycles: a switching control strategy based on nonsmooth bifurcation theory. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I - Regular papers (2005, vol. 52, n. 2, p. 366 - 378).
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