Semi-Global Predefined-Time Stable Vector Systems

Esteban Jimenez-Rodriguez, Juan Diego Sanchez-Torres, Alexander G. Loukianov
2018 2018 IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)  
Occidente se pone a disposición general bajo los términos y condiciones de la siguiente licencia: (El documento empieza en la siguiente página) Abstract-In this paper, we expose a control function which allows the semi-global predefined-time stabilization of firstorder vector systems. The predefined-time stability is a stronger class of finite-time stability that has as main advantage the settling time as a tunable parameter of the proposed function. To design that stabilizing function, we use
more » ... he unit control principle jointly to the inverse incomplete gamma function. For the resulting expression, the domain of definition the inverse incomplete gamma function can be made as large as wanted with an appropriate parameter selection, and, as consequence, the attraction domain of the systems. Therefore, we say that the system exhibits semi-global predefined-time stability. As an essential feature, the parameter which defines the settling time bound and those that tune the attraction domain are independent of each other. Finally, the constructed function is used to design predefined-time stabilizing controllers which are robust against vanishing and non-vanishing perturbations.
doi:10.1109/cdc.2018.8619355 dblp:conf/cdc/Jimenez-Rodriguez18 fatcat:gp6ob2filreudj7rj64uaqvtre