Decentralised reliable guaranteed cost control of uncertain systems: an LMI design
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The problem of designing a decentralised control scheme for a class of linear large scale interconnected systems with norm-bounded time-varying parameter uncertainties under a class of control failures is addressed. These failures are described by a model that considers possible outages or partial failures in every single actuator of each decentralised controller. The control design is performed through two steps. First, a decentralised reliable guaranteed cost control set is derived and, second, a feasible linear matrix inequalities procedure is presented for the effective construction of the control set. A numerical example illustrates the efficiency of the proposed control scheme
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CitationPujol-Vazquez, G. [et al.]. Decentralised reliable guaranteed cost control of uncertain systems: an LMI design. "IET control theory and applications", Maig 2007, vol. 1, núm. 3, p. 779-785.
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