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Solutions to a class of nonstandard nonlinear $H_\infty$ control problems

Solutions to a class of nonstandard nonlinear $H_\infty$ control problems
Solutions to a class of nonstandard nonlinear $H_\infty$ control problems
This paper presents new solutions to certain nonstandard nonlinear $H_\infty$ control problems. We consider nonlinear affine plants whose measurement output is of dimension larger than the dimension of the external input. This problem is, under proper assumptions, transformed to the problem of stabilization by means of output injection, and solving a Hamilton-Jacobi partial differential inequality arising in singular $H_\infty$ state-feedback control. General sufficient solvability conditions are given. Explicit solutions are available in the local and semilocal cases. The former concerns a certain neighborhood of the origin in the closed loop state-space, while the latter assumes that the trajectories are restricted to a neighborhood of an invariant manifold. The issue of the controller order is addressed and a reduced order controller is obtained in the local case. A new generalization of the chain-scattering formalism provides a very useful framework for solving this problem.
0020-3270
276--291
Baramov, L.
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Baramov, L.
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Baramov, L. (2000) Solutions to a class of nonstandard nonlinear $H_\infty$ control problems. International Journal of Control, 73 (4), 276--291.

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This paper presents new solutions to certain nonstandard nonlinear $H_\infty$ control problems. We consider nonlinear affine plants whose measurement output is of dimension larger than the dimension of the external input. This problem is, under proper assumptions, transformed to the problem of stabilization by means of output injection, and solving a Hamilton-Jacobi partial differential inequality arising in singular $H_\infty$ state-feedback control. General sufficient solvability conditions are given. Explicit solutions are available in the local and semilocal cases. The former concerns a certain neighborhood of the origin in the closed loop state-space, while the latter assumes that the trajectories are restricted to a neighborhood of an invariant manifold. The issue of the controller order is addressed and a reduced order controller is obtained in the local case. A new generalization of the chain-scattering formalism provides a very useful framework for solving this problem.

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Published date: 2000
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 252460
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/252460
ISSN: 0020-3270
PURE UUID: b5883fda-3b38-48f0-90e2-eafa3e9befbd

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Date deposited: 29 Jan 2000
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:04

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