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TOC Alert for Publication# 4079545 2018April 19<![CDATA[Adaptive output stationary average consensus for heterogeneous unknown linear multi-agent systems]]>1278478562939<![CDATA[Stationary wavelet transform aided design of parity space vectors for fault detection in LDTV systems]]>1278578642167<![CDATA[Regularised estimation for ARMAX process with measurements subject to outliers]]>1-norm to induce sparsity. A coordinate descent-based solver is developed to obtain iterative algorithms with guaranteed convergence and closed-form solution available to each coordinate sub-problem per iteration. Due to the explicit modelling of outlier vectors, the impact of an outlier on multiple time instants can be estimated and mitigated. Simulation tests demonstrate that the proposed algorithm can effectively cope with outliers, even for the case when the commonly used Huber's M-estimation approach breaks down.]]>1278658743484<![CDATA[Boundary vibration control for a flexible Timoshenko robotic manipulator]]>1278758822723<![CDATA[Complete characterisation of disturbance estimation and fault detection for positive systems]]>1278838911765<![CDATA[Iterative parameter identification for pseudo-linear systems with ARMA noise using the filtering technique]]>1278928991419<![CDATA[Quantised stabilisation of continuous-time switched systems with time-delay]]>1279009131566<![CDATA[Polynomial fuzzy model-based approach for underactuated surface vessels]]>1279149211470<![CDATA[Sampled-data synchronisation for memristive neural networks with multiple time-varying delays via extended convex combination method]]>1279229322222<![CDATA[Stochastic suppression and stabilisation of non-linear hybrid delay systems with general one-sided polynomial growth condition and decay rate]]>1(t) + g(x(t), r(t), t)dB_{2}(t). It is shown that the non-linear diffusion term g(x(t), r(t), t) may suppress the potential explosion of hybrid delay system. Under a stronger condition, another linear diffusion term h(x(t), r(t), t) will make the perturbed stochastic hybrid delay system is almost surely stable with general decay rate.]]>1279339411101<![CDATA[Identification of Hammerstein systems with time delay under load disturbance]]>1279429523281<![CDATA[Switching regulation based stabilisation of discrete-time 2D switched systems with stable and unstable modes]]>1279539603028<![CDATA[Adaptive robust control of fractional-order swarm systems in the presence of model uncertainties and external disturbances]]>1279619691338<![CDATA[Invariant sets and controllability of discrete-time bilinear systems]]>127970979925<![CDATA[Mean-square stability of networked control systems with event driven state quantisation and packet loss]]>1279809841853<![CDATA[Sampled-data control of coupled harmonic oscillators using measured position states only]]>1279859911687<![CDATA[Asynchronous switching control of discrete impulsive switched delay systems with average dwell time]]>1279929991055<![CDATA[Improved event-triggered control for a class of continuous-time switched linear systems]]>127100010051378<![CDATA[Robust non-overshooting tracking using continuous control for linear multivariable systems]]>127100610111240<![CDATA[Robust <inline-formula><alternatives><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$H_infty $</tex-math><mml:math overflow="scroll"><mml:msub><mml:mi>H</mml:mi><mml:mi mathvariant="normal">∞</mml:mi></mml:msub></mml:math><inline-graphic xlink:href="IET-CTA.2017.0970.IM1.gif" /></alternatives></inline-formula> control of an active suspension system with actuator time delay by predictor feedback]]>∞ controller for linear systems with input time-delay in the presence of external disturbance has been investigated. At first, a new formula is introduced to obtain the prediction vector from the system dynamics and then by using this formula, the effect of input time-delay on the original delayed system is reduced. To guarantee the prescribed disturbance attenuation level of the closed-loop system, Lyapunov theory and linear matrix inequality (LMI) approaches are used. In the case of feasibility, sufficient LMI conditions provide the stabilising gain of the predictor-based controller. To illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed method, it is applied to a quarter-car model of an active suspension system considering the actuator time-delay.]]>127101210232921