The stability of Schrödinger equation with boundary control matched disturbance
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This paper studies the stability of Schrödinger equation with boundary control matched disturbance. The time-varying gain extended state observer is utilized to estimate disturbance and state. Meanwhile, the authors get a continuous controller by the active disturbance rejection control strategy, which shows that the closed-loop system of Schrödinger equation is asymptotically stable. These results are illustrated by simulation examples.
KeywordsActive disturbance rejection control extended state observer Schrödinger equation stability
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