Fuzzy Boundary Control for Nonlinear Delayed DPSs Under Boundary Measurements.
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For nonlinear delayed distributed parameter systems (DDPSs), this article considers a fuzzy boundary control (FBC) under boundary measurements (BMs). Initially, we accurately describe the nonlinear DDPS through a Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy partial differential-difference equation (PDDE). Then, in accordance with the T-S fuzzy PDDE model, an FBC design under BMs ensuring the exponential stability for closed-loop DDPS is subsequently presented by spatial linear matrix inequalities (SLMIs) via using Wirtinger's inequality, Halanay's inequality, and the Lyapunov direct method, which respects the fast-varying and slow-varying delays. Moreover, we formulate SLMIs as LMIs for solving the fuzzy boundary controller design of nonlinear DDPSs under BMs. Finally, the effectiveness of the proposed FBC strategy is presented via simulation examples.
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Wang, Z., Zhang, X. u., Wu, H., & Huang, T.
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Wang, Zi-Peng||Zhang, Xu||Wu, Huai-Ning||Huang, Tingwen