On the circle criterion for boundary control systems in factor form: Lyapunov stability and Lur'e equations

Piotr Grabowski; Frank M. Callier

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations (2005)

  • Volume: 12, Issue: 1, page 169-197
  • ISSN: 1292-8119

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A Lur'e feedback control system consisting of a linear, infinite-dimensional system of boundary control in factor form and a nonlinear static sector type controller is considered. A criterion of absolute strong asymptotic stability of the null equilibrium is obtained using a quadratic form Lyapunov functional. The construction of such a functional is reduced to solving a Lur'e system of equations. A sufficient strict circle criterion of solvability of the latter is found, which is based on results by Oostveen and Curtain [Automatica34 (1998) 953–967]. All the results are illustrated in detail by an electrical transmission line example of the distortionless loaded ℜ𝔏ℭ𝔊 -type. The paper uses extensively the philosophy of reciprocal systems with bounded generating operators as recently studied and used by Curtain in (2003) [Syst. Control Lett.49 (2003) 81–89; SIAM J. Control Optim.42 (2003) 1671–1702].

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Grabowski, Piotr, and Callier, Frank M.. "On the circle criterion for boundary control systems in factor form: Lyapunov stability and Lur'e equations." ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations 12.1 (2005): 169-197. <http://eudml.org/doc/90787>.

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AB - A Lur'e feedback control system consisting of a linear, infinite-dimensional system of boundary control in factor form and a nonlinear static sector type controller is considered. A criterion of absolute strong asymptotic stability of the null equilibrium is obtained using a quadratic form Lyapunov functional. The construction of such a functional is reduced to solving a Lur'e system of equations. A sufficient strict circle criterion of solvability of the latter is found, which is based on results by Oostveen and Curtain [Automatica34 (1998) 953–967]. All the results are illustrated in detail by an electrical transmission line example of the distortionless loaded $\mathfrak{RLCG}$-type. The paper uses extensively the philosophy of reciprocal systems with bounded generating operators as recently studied and used by Curtain in (2003) [Syst. Control Lett.49 (2003) 81–89; SIAM J. Control Optim.42 (2003) 1671–1702].
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