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Model-Free Adaptive Switching Control of Time-Varying Plants

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4 Author(s)
Giorgio Battistelli ; Dipartimento Sistemi e Informatica, DSI, Università di Firenze, Firenze, Italy ; João P. Hespanha ; Edoardo Mosca ; Pietro Tesi

This paper addresses the problem of controlling an uncertain time-varying plant by means of a finite family of candidate controllers supervised by an appropriate switching logic. It is assumed that, at every time, the plant consists of an uncertain single-input/single output linear system. It is shown that stability of the switched closed-loop system can be ensured provided that 1) at every time there is at least one candidate controller capable of potentially stabilizing the current time-invariant “frozen” plant model, and 2) the plant changes are infrequent or satisfy a slow drift condition.

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IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control  (Volume:58 ,  Issue: 5 )