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TOC Alert for Publication# 4079545 2017October 16<![CDATA[Discrete-time speed servo system design – a comparative study: proportional–integral versus integral sliding mode control]]>1116267126795262<![CDATA[Event-triggered constant reference tracking control for discrete-time LPV systems with application to a laboratory tank system]]>1116268026871919<![CDATA[LMI-based criteria for robust finite-time stabilisation of switched systems with interval time-varying delay]]>1116268826971121<![CDATA[Event-based fault detection for non-linear networked systems with multi-data transmission and output quantisation]]>1116269827061551<![CDATA[Robust decentralised mean field control in leader following multi-agent systems]]>N-Nash game against each other and at the same time, each follower plays a robust min-max game against the disturbance. For all the players, finite horizon quadratic cost is considered. In the proposed decentralised algorithm, followers do not need the knowledge about each of leader's and other followers' states and they only use an estimate of the population state average. In this way, propose a policy iteration method which guarantees the convergence to the saddle point mean field ε_{N}-Nash solution. The proposed method is applied to a large population of agents and compared with centralised algorithm to demonstrate the results.]]>1116270727152519<![CDATA[Data-driven sliding mode tracking control for unknown Markovian jump non-linear systems]]>1116271627231413<![CDATA[Non-iterative SOS-based approach for guaranteed cost control design of polynomial systems with input saturation]]>1116272427301443<![CDATA[Robust adaptive passivity-based control of open-loop unstable affine non-linear systems subject to actuator saturation]]>1116273127423308<![CDATA[Robust adaptive backstepping control for hierarchical multi-agent systems with signed weights and system uncertainties]]>recovery Laplacian and controlled Laplacian are firstly introduced, and by combining with a novel graph theoretical result, an effective robust backstepping control scheme is then developed to ensure the stability of hierarchical multi-agent systems. In particular, this study is a generalisation of the prior works with non-negative weights. Finally, an example on hierarchical multi-vehicle systems is given to demonstrate the validity of the proposed method.]]>1116274327522212<![CDATA[Complex-domain stability criteria for fractional-order linear dynamical systems]]>1116275327602608<![CDATA[Mechanical sensorless LPV torque ripple control of hybrid electric vehicle]]>1116276127714079<![CDATA[Second-order sliding mode observers for fault reconstruction in power networks]]>1116277227823333<![CDATA[Steady-state analysis of delay interconnected positive systems and its application to formation control]]>s-domain) analysis for delay interconnected positive systems, which has not been studied for delay-free cases.]]>1116278327922204<![CDATA[Input-to-state stabilisation for a general non-linear system with time-varying input delay]]>111627932800925<![CDATA[Distributed fault estimation observer design for multi-agent systems with switching topologies]]>1116280128071426<![CDATA[Finite-time tracking control for pneumatic servo system via extended state observer]]>1116280828163474<![CDATA[Sampled-data control of asynchronously switched non-linear systems via T–S fuzzy model approach]]>1116281728231201<![CDATA[Data-driven adaptive fault-tolerant control for a class of multiple-input–multiple-output linear discrete-time systems]]>1116282428331543<![CDATA[Exponential stability of impulsive systems with random delays under sampled-data control]]>1116283428471261<![CDATA[Matching mechanism for networked control systems with multirate sampling]]>∞ performance analysis and the observer-based controller design are presented. Finally, two illustrative examples show the effectiveness of the proposed method.]]>1116284828571164<![CDATA[Direct adaptive model predictive control tuning based on the first-order plus dead time models]]>1116285828694298<![CDATA[Bandwidth allocation, delay bound analysis, and controller synthesis for event-triggered control systems]]>1116287028781312<![CDATA[Dynamic consensus of double-integrator multi-agent systems with aperiodic impulsive protocol and time-varying delays]]>1116287928851034<![CDATA[Quantitative exponential stability and stabilisation of discrete-time Markov jump systems with multiplicative noises]]>1116288628922142<![CDATA[Input-to-state stability for discrete-time non-linear switched singular systems]]>1116289328991266<![CDATA[Fixed-time consensus tracking control for second-order multi-agent systems with bounded input uncertainties via NFFTSM]]>1116290029092442<![CDATA[Consensus tracking for general linear stochastic multi-agent systems: a sliding mode variable structure approach]]>1116291029151076<![CDATA[Solvability conditions for the positive real lemma equations in the discrete time]]>A is asymptotically stable.]]>111629162920763<![CDATA[Exponential stabilisation of impulsive switched linear systems via a periodic switching scheme]]>1116292129261029<![CDATA[On finite-level dynamic quantisation of event-triggered networked systems with actuator fault]]>1116292729371568