Discontinuous Feedback and Universal Adaptive Stabilization
An adaptive stabilizer, universal for a class of nonlinear systems, is described. The stabilizer is of discontinuous feedback form and incorporates gains of Nussbaum type. The framework is that of differential inclusions and the stability analysis draws on an extension, to that framework, of LaSalle’s invariance principle for ordinary differential equations.
KeywordsDifferential Inclusion Invariance Principle Maximal Solution IEEE Trans Autom Control Uncontrolled System
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