Asynchronous repetitive control of switched systems via periodic event-based dynamic output feedback Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Abstract This paper develops an asynchronous mode-dependent repetitive control strategy with periodic event-based dynamic output feedback for periodic trajectory tracking of continuous-time switched systems subject to time-varying switching delays between system modes and controllers and limited communication capacity in the feedback channel. By employing the input delay approach, the overall system is modelled as an augmented closed-loop switched system with both constant and time-varying state delays. A co-design framework is proposed for simultaneously designing the controller, event-triggering mechanism and mode switching signal. Under the co-design framework, using piecewise Lyapunov functional, free-weighting matrices and average dwell time technique, sufficient conditions are derived for ensuring the augmented closed-loop system to be exponentially stable with a prescribed $H_{infty }$ attenuation level $gamma $ for an exogenous disturbance input. The performance of the proposed controller design scheme is verified via numerical simulation results on a switched RLC series circuit system.

author list (cited authors)

  • Ma, G., Liu, X., Pagilla, P. R., & Sam Ge, S.

citation count

  • 0

publication date

  • June 2020