Adaptive neural control for strict-feedback stochastic nonlinear systems with time-delay.
ABSTRACT The problem of robust stabilization is investigated for strict-feedback stochastic nonlinear time-delay systems via adaptive neural network approach. Neural networks are used to model the unknown packaged functions, then the adaptive neural control law is constructed by a novel Lyapunov–Krasovskii functional and backstepping. It is shown that all the variables in the closed-loop system are semi-globally stochastic bounded, and the state variables converge into a small neighborhood in the sense of probability.
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ABSTRACT: Controlling non-affine non-linear systems is a challenging problem in control theory. In this paper, we consider adaptive neural control of a completely non-affine pure-feedback system using radial basis function (RBF) neural networks (NN). An ISS-modular approach is presented by combining adaptive neural design with the backstepping method, input-to-state stability (ISS) analysis and the small-gain theorem. The difficulty in controlling the non-affine pure-feedback system is overcome by achieving the so-called “ISS-modularity” of the controller-estimator. Specifically, a neural controller is designed to achieve ISS for the state error subsystem with respect to the neural weight estimation errors, and a neural weight estimator is designed to achieve ISS for the weight estimation subsystem with respect to the system state errors. The stability of the entire closed-loop system is guaranteed by the small-gain theorem. The ISS-modular approach provides an effective way for controlling non-affine non-linear systems. Simulation studies are included to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach.Automatica. 01/2006;
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ABSTRACT: In this paper, the problem of decentralized adaptive output-feedback stabilization is investigated for large-scale stochastic nonlinear systems with three types of uncertainties, including parametric uncertainties, nonlinear uncertain interactions and stochastic inverse dynamics. Under the assumption that the inverse dynamics of the subsystems are stochastic input-to-state stable, an adaptive output-feedback controller is constructively designed by the backstepping method. It is shown that under some general conditions, the closed-loop system trajectories are bounded in probability and the outputs can be regulated into a small neighborhood of the origin in probability. In addition, the equilibrium of interest is globally stable in probability and the outputs can be regulated to the origin almost surely when the drift and diffusion vector fields vanish at the origin. The contributions of the work are characterized by the following novel features: (1) even for centralized single-input single-output systems, this paper presents a first result in stochastic, nonlinear, adaptive, output-feedback asymptotic stabilization; (2) the methodology previously developed for deterministic large-scale systems is generalized to stochastic ones. At the same time, novel small-gain conditions for small signals are identified in the setting of stochastic systems design; (3) both drift and diffusion vector fields are allowed to be dependent not only on the measurable outputs but some unmeasurable states; (4) parameter update laws are used to counteract the parametric uncertainty existing in both drift and diffusion vector fields, which may appear nonlinearly; (5) the concept of stochastic input-to-state stability and the method of changing supply functions are adapted, for the first time, to deal with stochastic and nonlinear inverse dynamics in the context of decentralized control.Automatica. 01/2007;
- Proceedings of the 48th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, CDC 2009, combined withe the 28th Chinese Control Conference, December 16-18, 2009, Shanghai, China; 01/2009