A Novel T-S Fuzzy Model Based Adaptive Synchronization Control Scheme for Nonlinear Large-Scale Systems with Uncertainties and Time-Delay
In this paper, a novel T-S fuzzy model based adaptive synchronization scheme for nonlinear large-scale systems with uncertainties and time-delay is proposed. Based on the universal approximation property of T-S fuzzy model, a nonlinear large-scale system is established and fuzzy adaptive controllers are designed under Parallel Distributed Compensation (PDC) for overcoming the unknown uncertainties in systems and the time-delay in communication. Furthermore, under some certain condition, this synchronization scheme can be transformed into pinning synchronization control, which will indeed save much resource. Finally, a numerical simulation example is taken to show the effectiveness of the proposed adaptive synchronization scheme.
Keywordsnonlinear large-scale systems uncertainties time-delay T-S fuzzy model adaptive synchronization pinning control
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