Woihida Aggoune

Université de Cergy-Pontoise, 95001 CEDEX, Ile-de-France, France

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  • W. Aggoune, B. Castillo, S. Di Gennaro
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    ABSTRACT: The self-triggered stabilization and safety problems, solved in the literature for deterministic systems, are here generalized for the class of stochastic systems. The state equations are described by an Itô differential equation driven by a Wiener noise, where the input generically enters both in the deterministic dynamics and in those affected by the noise. This class of system is of particular interest since in practice various disturbances, not measurable and that can be modeled in this way, may affect the dynamics. The obtained self-triggered control is applied to a simple example to check its effectiveness.
    Decision and Control (CDC), 2012 IEEE 51st Annual Conference on; 01/2012
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    W. Aggoune, K. Busawon
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    ABSTRACT: In this paper, the problem of feedback stabilization of stochastic differential delay systems is considered. The systems under study are nonlinear and nonaffine. By using a LaSalle-type theorem for stochastic systems, general conditions for stabilizing the closed-loop system with delays are obtained. In addition, stabilizing state feedback control laws are proposed.
    American Control Conference (ACC), 2011; 08/2011
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    Woihida Aggoune
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    ABSTRACT: In this paper, the problem of feedback stabilization of stochastic differential delay systems is considered. The systems under study are nonlinear, nonaffine and involve both discrete and distributed delays. By using a LaSalle-type theorem for stochastic systems, general conditions for stabilizing the closed-loop system with delays are obtained. In addition, stabilizing state feedback control laws are proposed.
    01/2011;
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    ABSTRACT: In this paper, we consider the problem of vehicle following control with delay. To solve the problem of traffic congestion, one of the solutions to be considered consists in organizing the traffic into platoons, that is groups of vehicles including a leader and a number of followers "tightly" spaced, all moving in a longitudinal direction. Excepting the stability of individual cars, the problem of avoidance of slinky type effects will be explicitly discussed. Sufficient conditions on the set of control parameters to avoid such a phenomenon will be explicitly derived in a frequency-domain setting.