Further results on switched control of linear systems with constraints

C. De Persis, R. De Santis, A.S. Morse
Proceedings of the 41st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2002.  
In a previous paper ([2], see also [4] ) we proposed a supervisory control system to globally regulate to zero the state of a very poorly modeled, open-loop unstable but not exponentially unstable, linear process in the presence of input constraints. The process to control was unknown but assumed to belong to a finite family P of nominal models. In this paper, the analysis is extended to the case in which P is not finite and is a closed, bounded subset of a real, finite-dimensional, normed
more » ... r space. In this analysis, the property of the multiestimator/multi-controller of being "robustly" integral input-to state stable is exploited.
doi:10.1109/cdc.2002.1184269 fatcat:tkeyhiiwivaqvaien5l2hgskva