Stabilisation and L-2 gain analysis for a class of uncertain switched non-linear systems
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CitationWAN, M., ZHAO, J., DIMIROVKSI, G.M. (2009). Stabilisation and L-2 gain analysis for a class of uncertain switched non-linear systems. International Journal of Systems Science , 40 (10), pp. 1077-1085. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00207720902974686.
This article is concerned with the problem of stabilisation and L-2-gain analysis for a class of switched non-linear systems with norm-bounded time-varying uncertainties. A system in this class is composed of two parts: an uncertain linear switched part and a non-linear part, which are also switched systems. When all the subsystems are stabilisable and have an L-2-gain, the switched feedback control law and the switching law are designed respectively using average dwell-time method such that the corresponding closed-loop switched system is exponentially stable and achieves a weighted L-2-gain.
SourceInternational Journal of Systems Science
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