Adaptive Control of T–S Fuzzy Systems with Actuator Faults
Recently, fault diagnosis (FD) and fault-tolerant control (FTC) have attracted more and more attention. FD and FTC play an important role in ensuring the closed-loop system stability when faults occur in the system. When a nonlinear system is represented by a T–S fuzzy system, its fault-tolerant control design will be conducted based on the T–S fuzzy system. In this chapter, we will develop two adaptive fault compensation schemes for two types of T-S fuzzy systems. One approach is designed for continuous-time T-S fuzzy systems subject to actuator faults and the other is for discrete-time input-output form T-S fuzzy systems.
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