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Adaptive Fuzzy Decentralized Control for a Class of Large-Scale Nonlinear Systems with MIMO Subsystems

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4 Author(s)
H. Yousef ; Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria-21544, Egypt. Email: ; E. El-Madbouly ; D. Eteim ; M. Hamdy

This paper presents a fuzzy basis function approach for adaptive decentralized control of a class of large-scale nonlinear systems with MIMO subsystems. Hybrid adaptive-robust tracking control schemes which are based on a combination of the HT tracking theory, and fuzzy control design are developed such that all the states and signals are bounded and the HT tracking control performance is guaranteed. In addition, each subsystem is able to adaptively compensate for disturbances and interconnections with unknown bounds. The resultant decentralized control with multi-controller architecture guarantee stability and convergence of the output errors to zero asymptotically, by local output-feedback. Simulation results on the control of a model of a nonlinear electrical machine are presented to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed controller

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2006 International Conference on Computer Engineering and Systems

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5-7 Nov. 2006