Lectures in Feedback Design for Multivariable Systems by Alberto Isidori
By Alberto Isidori
This ebook specializes in equipment that relate, in a single shape or one other, to the “small-gain theorem”. it truly is geared toward readers who're attracted to studying equipment for the layout of suggestions legislation for linear and nonlinear multivariable platforms within the presence of version uncertainties. With labored examples all through, it comprises either introductory fabric and extra complicated topics.
Divided into elements, the 1st covers appropriate features of linear-systems idea, the second one, nonlinear thought. with the intention to deepen readers’ realizing, easier single-input–single-output platforms commonly precede therapy of extra complicated multi-input–multi-output (MIMO) structures and linear platforms precede nonlinear platforms. This process is used all through, together with within the ultimate chapters, which clarify the most recent complex rules governing the stabilization, legislation, and monitoring of nonlinear MIMO platforms. significant layout difficulties are thought of, either within the presence of version uncertainties: asymptotic stabilization with a “guaranteed area of allure” of a given equilibrium aspect and asymptotic rejection of the influence of exogenous (disturbance) inputs on chosen regulated outputs.
Much of the introductory educational fabric during this ebook has been constructed for educating scholars, whereas the ultimate insurance of nonlinear MIMO structures deals readers a primary coordinated therapy of thoroughly novel effects. The labored examples provided give you the teacher with ready-to-use fabric to assist scholars to appreciate the mathematical theory.
Readers could be conversant in the basics of linear-systems and keep an eye on conception. This e-book is a priceless source for college students following postgraduate courses in platforms and regulate, in addition to engineers engaged on the keep an eye on of robot, mechatronic and tool systems.
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The inequality thus established plays a fundamental role in characterizing a parameter, associated with a stable linear system, which is called the L2 gain. 2) is a function in UL2 . 4) on the interval [0, t] yields, for any initial state x(0), t V (x(t)) ≤ V (x(0)) + γ¯ 2 0 y(τ ) 2 dτ 0 ∞ ≤ V (x(0)) + γ¯ 2 t u(τ ) 2 dτ − u(τ ) 2 dτ = V (x(0)) + γ¯ 2 2 u(·) L2 , 0 from which it is deduced that the response x(t) of the system is defined for all t ∈ [0, ∞) and bounded. Now, suppose x(0) = 0 and observe that the previous inequality yields t V (x(t)) ≤ γ¯ 2 t u(τ ) 2 dτ − 0 y(τ ) 2 dτ 0 for any t > 0.
The quantity thus defined is called the L2 gain of the (stable) linear system. Formally, the gain in question is defined as follows: pick any u(·) ∈ UL2 and let y0,u (·) be the resulting response from the initial state x(0) = 0; the L2 gain of the system is the quantity L2 gain = sup u(·) L2 =0 y0,u (·) L2 . 5). 5) holds for a positive definite matrix P. We have in particular (set u = 0) ∂V (x) Ax ≤ −ε x ∂x 2 , from which it is seen that the system is stable. Since the system is stable, the L2 gain can be defined and, as a consequence of the previous discussion, it is seen that L2 gain ≤ γ¯ .
21) can be expressed in the form H = L + MN for L= B A 0 , M= , −C T D −C T C −AT N = W −1 DT C W −1 BT . Suppose, by contradiction, that the matrix H has eigenvalues on the imaginary axis. By definition, there exist a 2n-dimensional vector x0 and a number ω0 ∈ R such that (jω0 I − L)x0 = MNx0 . Observe now that the matrix L has no eigenvalues on the imaginary axis, because its eigenvalues coincide with those of A and −AT , and A is by hypothesis stable. Thus (jω0 I − L) is nonsingular. Observe also that the vector u0 = Nx0 is nonzero because otherwise x0 would be an eigenvector of L associated with an eigenvalue at jω0 , which is a contradiction.