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Luo Man; Guo Lei
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AbstractFeedback control of uncertain nonlinear dynamical systems has been a central issue in control theory, and considerable progress has been made up to now. However, most of the existing works concern with either continuoustime feedback laws, or sampled-data feedback laws with sufficiently fast sampling, or with discrete-time feedback laws for parametric nonlinear systems with nonlinearities having a linear growth rate. Removing these constraints turns out to be quite difficult in general, which motivates the study of the maximum capability and fundamental limitations of the feedback mechanism. Although much effort has been made in this direction in recent years, many problems still remain open. For example, the case where there is a pure time-delay in the feedback channel or the case where the system state is of high dimension remains to be unexplored, which appears to be highly nontrivial. In this paper, we shall present some preliminary results on global adaptive nonlinear stabilization, by investigating two special classes of discrete-time uncertain nonlinear dynamical systems with delayed feedback and with two dimensional state signal, respectively.
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Luo Man,Guo Lei. someresultsonadaptivenonlinearstabilization[J]. 控制理论与应用,2014,31(12):1671.
APA Luo Man,&Guo Lei.(2014).someresultsonadaptivenonlinearstabilization.控制理论与应用,31(12),1671.
MLA Luo Man,et al."someresultsonadaptivenonlinearstabilization".控制理论与应用 31.12(2014):1671.
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