Decentralized Output Regulation of a New Class of Interconnected Uncertain Nonlinear Systems
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In the current paper the decentralized output regulation problem of a new class of interconnected uncertain nonlinear systems is considered. A novel decentralized high-gain input driven filter is proposed such that the output feedback based control law can be designed. Moreover, a robust multi-input changing supply function technique is presented such that the stability analysis can be performed by the non-quadratic Lyapunov functions. Therefore, the assumptions on the interconnection terms can be removed. Finally the proposed decentralized control laws are applied to the interconnected mass-spring systems immersed in the liquid and the simulation results illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed control scheme.
KeywordsChanging supply technique decentralized control high-gain filter nonlinear interconnected system
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