Finite-Time Stability and Boundedness of Switched Systems with Finite-Time Unstable Subsystems
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In this paper, problems covering finite-time stability and boundedness of switched systems with finite-time unstable subsystems are researched through the method of multi-Lyapunov function. On basis of the mode-dependent average dwell time method, the systems are required to meet the standards of remaining finite-time stable and finite-time bounded through the practice of designing the switching signal for finite-time stable and unstable subsystems respectively. Finally, stabilization conditions for switched linear systems based on linear matrix inequalities are presented to guarantee the finite-time stability of the closed-loop system. Numerical examples are put forward attempting to verify the efficiency through different methodologies.
KeywordsSwitched nonlinear system Finite-time stability Finite-time boundedness Mode-dependent average dwell time
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 61603188, 61573007).
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