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Title: A self tuning RISE controller formulation
Authors: Bıdıklı, Barış
Tatlıcıoğlu, Enver
Zergeroğlu, Erkan
Keywords: Controllers
Nonlinear systems
Robust control
Uncertain systems
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Source: Bıdıklı, B., Tatlıcıoğlu, E., and Zergeroğlu, E. (2014, June 4-6). A self tuning RISE controller formulation. Paper presented at the 2014 American Control Conference. doi:10.1109/ACC.2014.6859217
Abstract: In recent years, controller formulations using robust integral of sign of error (RISE) type feedback have been successfully applied to a variety of nonlinear dynamical systems. The drawback of these type of controllers however, are (i) the need of prior knowledge of the upper bounds of the system uncertainties and (ii) the absence of a proper gain tuning methodology. To tackle the aforementioned weaknesses, in our previous work [1] we have presented a RISE formulation with a time-varying compensation gain to cope for the need of upper bound of the uncertain system. In this study, we have extended our previous design to obtain a fully self tuning RISE feedback formulation. Lyapunov based arguments are applied to prove overall system stability and extensive numerical simulation studies are presented to illustrate the performance of the proposed method. © 2014 American Automatic Control Council.
Description: 2014 American Control Conference, ACC 2014; Portland, OR; United States; 4 June 2014 through 6 June 2014
ISBN: 9781479932726
ISSN: 0743-1619
Appears in Collections:Electrical - Electronic Engineering / Elektrik - Elektronik Mühendisliği
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