By Eli Gershon

ISBN-10: 1447150694

ISBN-13: 9781447150695

Complicated subject matters up to the mark and Estimation of State-Multiplicative Noisy structures starts off with an creation and vast literature survey. The textual content proceeds to hide the sector of H∞ time-delay linear structures the place the problems of balance and L2−gain are awarded and solved for nominal and unsure stochastic platforms, through the input-output process. It provides options to the issues of state-feedback, filtering, and measurement-feedback keep watch over for those platforms, for either the continual- and the discrete-time settings. within the continuous-time area, the issues of reduced-order and preview monitoring keep an eye on also are offered and solved. the second one a part of the monograph matters non-linear stochastic nation- multiplicative platforms and covers the problems of balance, keep an eye on and estimation of the structures within the H∞ feel, for either continuous-time and discrete-time circumstances. The booklet additionally describes exact themes corresponding to stochastic switched platforms with reside time and peak-to-peak filtering of nonlinear stochastic platforms. The reader is brought to 6 sensible engineering- orientated examples of noisy state-multiplicative keep an eye on and filtering difficulties for linear and nonlinear platforms. The ebook is rounded out by way of a three-part appendix containing stochastic instruments important for a formal appreciation of the textual content: a easy creation to stochastic regulate methods, features of linear matrix inequality optimization, and MATLAB codes for fixing the L2-gain and state-feedback regulate difficulties of stochastic switched platforms with dwell-time. complicated issues on top of things and Estimation of State-Multiplicative Noisy platforms might be of curiosity to engineers engaged up to the mark structures learn and improvement, to graduate scholars focusing on stochastic keep watch over thought, and to utilized mathematicians drawn to keep an eye on difficulties. The reader is anticipated to have a few acquaintance with stochastic keep watch over thought and state-space-based optimum keep watch over idea and strategies for linear and nonlinear systems.

Table of Contents

Cover

Advanced themes up to the mark and Estimation of State-Multiplicative Noisy Systems

ISBN 9781447150695 ISBN 9781447150701

Preface

Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 Stochastic State-Multiplicative Time hold up Systems

1.2 The Input-Output process for not on time Systems

1.2.1 Continuous-Time Case

1.2.2 Discrete-Time Case

1.3 Non Linear regulate of Stochastic State-Multiplicative Systems

1.3.1 The Continuous-Time Case

1.3.2 Stability

1.3.3 Dissipative Stochastic Systems

1.3.4 The Discrete-Time-Time Case

1.3.5 Stability

1.3.6 Dissipative Discrete-Time Nonlinear Stochastic Systems

1.4 Stochastic techniques - brief Survey

1.5 suggest sq. Calculus

1.6 White Noise Sequences and Wiener Process

1.6.1 Wiener Process

1.6.2 White Noise Sequences

1.7 Stochastic Differential Equations

1.8 Ito Lemma

1.9 Nomenclature

1.10 Abbreviations

2 Time hold up platforms - H-infinity keep watch over and General-Type Filtering

2.1 Introduction

2.2 challenge formula and Preliminaries

2.2.1 The Nominal Case

2.2.2 The powerful Case - Norm-Bounded doubtful Systems

2.2.3 The strong Case - Polytopic doubtful Systems

2.3 balance Criterion

2.3.1 The Nominal Case - Stability

2.3.2 powerful balance - The Norm-Bounded Case

2.3.3 powerful balance - The Polytopic Case

2.4 Bounded actual Lemma

2.4.1 BRL for not on time State-Multiplicative platforms - The Norm-Bounded Case

2.4.2 BRL - The Polytopic Case

2.5 Stochastic State-Feedback Control

2.5.1 State-Feedback keep an eye on - The Nominal Case

2.5.2 powerful State-Feedback keep an eye on - The Norm-Bounded Case

2.5.3 powerful Polytopic State-Feedback Control

2.5.4 instance - State-Feedback Control

2.6 Stochastic Filtering for behind schedule Systems

2.6.1 Stochastic Filtering - The Nominal Case

2.6.2 powerful Filtering - The Norm-Bounded Case

2.6.3 powerful Polytopic Stochastic Filtering

2.6.4 instance - Filtering

2.7 Stochastic Output-Feedback regulate for behind schedule Systems

2.7.1 Stochastic Output-Feedback keep an eye on - The Nominal Case

2.7.2 instance - Output-Feedback Control

2.7.3 strong Stochastic Output-Feedback keep watch over - The Norm-Bounded Case

2.7.4 strong Polytopic Stochastic Output-Feedback Control

2.8 Static Output-Feedback Control

2.9 strong Polytopic Static Output-Feedback Control

2.10 Conclusions

3 Reduced-Order H-infinity Output-Feedback Control

3.1 Introduction

3.2 challenge Formulation

3.3 The not on time Stochastic Reduced-Order H keep watch over 8

3.4 Conclusions

4 monitoring keep an eye on with Preview

4.1 Introduction

4.2 challenge Formulation

4.3 balance of the not on time monitoring System

4.4 The State-Feedback Tracking

4.5 Example

4.6 Conclusions

4.7 Appendix

5 H-infinity regulate and Estimation of Retarded Linear Discrete-Time Systems

5.1 Introduction

5.2 challenge Formulation

5.3 Mean-Square Exponential Stability

5.3.1 instance - Stability

5.4 The Bounded genuine Lemma

5.4.1 instance - BRL

5.5 State-Feedback Control

5.5.1 instance - strong State-Feedback

5.6 behind schedule Filtering

5.6.1 instance - Filtering

5.7 Conclusions

6 H-infinity-Like keep an eye on for Nonlinear Stochastic Syste8 ms

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Stochastic H-infinity SF Control

6.3 The In.nite-Time Horizon Case: A Stabilizing Controller

6.3.1 Example

6.4 Norm-Bounded Uncertainty within the desk bound Case

6.4.1 Example

6.5 Conclusions

7 Non Linear platforms - H-infinity-Type Estimation

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Stochastic H-infinity Estimation

7.2.1 Stability

7.3 Norm-Bounded Uncertainty

7.3.1 Example

7.4 Conclusions

8 Non Linear platforms - dimension Output-Feedback Control

8.1 creation and challenge Formulation

8.2 Stochastic H-infinity OF Control

8.2.1 Example

8.2.2 The Case of Nonzero G2

8.3 Norm-Bounded Uncertainty

8.4 In.nite-Time Horizon Case: A Stabilizing H Controller 8

8.5 Conclusions

9 l2-Gain and powerful SF keep watch over of Discrete-Time NL Stochastic Systems

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Su.cient stipulations for l2-Gain= .:ASpecial Case

9.3 Norm-Bounded Uncertainty

9.4 Conclusions

10 H-infinity Output-Feedback regulate of Discrete-Time Systems

10.1 Su.cient stipulations for l2-Gain= .:ASpecial Case

10.1.1 Example

10.2 The OF Case

10.2.1 Example

10.3 Conclusions

11 H-infinity keep watch over of Stochastic Switched structures with stay Time

11.1 Introduction

11.2 challenge Formulation

11.3 Stochastic Stability

11.4 Stochastic L2-Gain

11.5 H-infinity State-Feedback Control

11.6 instance - Stochastic L2-Gain Bound

11.7 Conclusions

12 powerful L-infinity-Induced keep an eye on and Filtering

12.1 Introduction

12.2 challenge formula and Preliminaries

12.3 balance and P2P Norm certain of Multiplicative Noisy Systems

12.4 P2P State-Feedback Control

12.5 P2P Filtering

12.6 Conclusions

13 Applications

13.1 Reduced-Order Control

13.2 Terrain Following Control

13.3 State-Feedback keep watch over of Switched Systems

13.4 Non Linear platforms: dimension Output-Feedback Control

13.5 Discrete-Time Non Linear platforms: l2-Gain

13.6 L-infinity keep watch over and Estimation

A Appendix: Stochastic regulate procedures - easy Concepts

B The LMI Optimization Method

C Stochastic Switching with stay Time - Matlab Scripts

References

Index

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656. 0887 . 1 Stochastic Filtering – The Nominal Case In this section we address the ﬁltering problem of the delayed state-multiplicative noisy system. 4). 40) 38 2 Time Delay Systems – H∞ Control and General-Type Filtering where A˜0 = A0 0 ˜= , B Bc C2 Ac ˜= G B1 0 , A˜1 = 0 Bc D21 G0 , F˜ = 0 0 A1 0 ˜ = , H 0 0 H0 , 0 0 0 0 , C˜ = [C1 − Cc ]. 42) ⎢ ⎥ < 0, ⎢ ∗ ⎥ 0 0 0 ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ −I ⎢ ⎥ r ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ ∗ ⎥ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ −Q 0 0 ⎢ ⎥ ⎢ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ −Q 0 ⎥ ⎣ ⎦ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ −Q where Υ11 = Q(A˜0 + m) + (A˜0 + m)T Q + Υ12 = Q(A˜1 − m), 1 1−d R1 , Υ15 = hA˜T0 R2 + hmT R2 , Υ18 = F˜ T Q, Υ25 = hA˜T1 R2 − hmT R2 , ˜ T Q.

Once the criteria for stability is found, we formulate and obtain the nominal and robust H∞ BRL for the latter system. We use the resulting BRL to solve the state-feedback, ﬁltering, dynamic output-feedback, and static output-feedback control problems that were deﬁned above. 16) 26 2 Time Delay Systems – H∞ Control and General-Type Filtering ˜ 2 ([0, ∞); Rq ) is an exogenous where x(t) ∈ Rn is the state vector, w(t) ∈ L Ft disturbance, and A0 , A1 , B1 and G, H are time invariant matrices and where β(t), ν(t) are zero-mean real scalar Wiener processes satisfying: E{β(t)β(s)} = min(t, s), E{ν(t)ν(s)} = min(t, s), E{β(t)ν(s)} = α ¯ · min(t, s), |¯ α| ≤ 1.

G. [133]) and taking expectation we obtain: ¯2 y¯(t)] } E{(LV )(t)} = E{ Qx(t), [(A0 + m)x(t) + (A1 − m)Δ¯1 x(t) − mΔ T +E{T r{Q[Gx(t) Hw1 (t)]P¯ [Gx(t) Hw1 (t)] }}, 1α ¯ is the covariance matrix of the augmented Wiener process α ¯ 1 vector col{β(t) ν(t)}, that is E{col{β(t) ν(t)}{β(t) ν(t)}} = P¯ t. We also have the following: Δ where P¯ = T r{Q[Gx(t) Hw1 (t)]P¯ [Gx(t) Hw1 (t)]T } = T r{ = T r{ xT (t)GT w1T (t)H T xT (t)GT QGx(t) xT (t)GT QHw1 (t) w1T (t)H T QGx(t) w1T (t)H T QHw1 (t) Q[Gx(t) Hw1 (t)]P¯ } 1α ¯ } α ¯ 1 = xT (t)GT QGx(t) + 2α ¯ xT (t)GT QHw1 (t) + w1T (t)H T QHw1 (t).

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