Control Design for Fuzzy Systems Based on Relaxed Nonquadratic Stability and H∞ Performance Conditions

Dept. of Autom., Hangzhou Dianzi Univ., Zhejiang
IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems (Impact Factor: 6.31). 04/2007; 15(2):188-199. DOI: 10.1109/TFUZZ.2006.879996
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ABSTRACT In this paper, new approaches to Hinfin controller design for a class of discrete-time nonlinear fuzzy systems are proposed based on a relaxed approach in which basis-dependent Lyapunov functions are used. First, two relaxed conditions of nonquadratic stability with H infin norm bound are presented for this class of systems. The two relaxed conditions are shown to be useful in designing fuzzy control systems. By introducing some additional instrumental matrix variables, the two relaxed conditions are used to develop Hinfin controllers. In the control design, the first relaxed condition has fewer inequality constraints, but only admits a common additional matrix variable while the second one can admit multiple additional matrix variables. Finally, two examples are given to demonstrate the applicability of the proposed approach

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