Controller Design Based on the Fuzzy Hyperbolic Model
Fuzzy systems are naturally nonlinear. As the theory of fuzzy systems and the theory of nonlinear systems are not completely developed, universal control laws cannot easily be obtained for fuzzy/nonlinear control systems. However, it may be possible for us to design special controllers for a class of fuzzy/nonlinear systems. In this chapter, we introduce several techniques for controller design of nonlinear systems based on the fuzzy hyperbolic model.
KeywordsController Design Linear Matrix Inequality Fuzzy Controller Inverted Pendulum Optimal Controller
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