An LMI approach to H_ synchronization of second-order neutral master-slave systems
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The H_ synchronization problem of the master and slave structure of a second-order neutral master-slave systems with time-varying delays is presented in this paper. Delaydependent sufficient conditions for the design of a delayed output-feedback control are given by Lyapunov-Krasovskii method in terms of a linear matrix inequality (LMI). A controller, which guarantees ∞ H synchronization of the master and slave structure using some free weighting matrices, is then developed. A numerical example has been given to show the effectiveness of the method.
CitationReza, H. [et al.]. An LMI approach to H_ synchronization of second-order neutral master-slave systems. A: American Control Conference. "2009 American Control Conference". St. Louis, Missouri: American Automatic Control Council, 2009, p. 5474-5479.