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A problem of guaranteed control is under discussion. This problem consists in the attainment of a given target set by a phase trajectory of a system described by an equation with time delay. An uncontrolled disturbance (along with a control) is assumed to act upon the system. An algorithm for solving the problem in the case when information on a phase trajectory is incomplete (measurements of a 'part' of coordinates) is designed. The algorithm is stable with respect to informational noises and computational...

We consider a discrete disturbed system given by the difference bilinear equation where are disturbances which excite the system in a linear and a bilinear form. We assume that the system is augmented with the output function. Let be a tolerance index on the output. The disturbance is said to be -admissible if, where is the output signal associated with the case of an uninfected system. The set of all -admissible disturbances is the admissible set. The characterization of is investigated and numerical...

A closed loop parametrical identification procedure for continuous-time constant linear systems is introduced. This approach which exhibits good robustness properties with respect to a large variety of additive perturbations is based on the following mathematical tools: (1) module theory; (2) differential algebra; (3) operational calculus. Several concrete case-studies with computer simulations demonstrate the efficiency of our on-line identification scheme.

A nonlinear discrete-time control system forced by stochastic disturbances is considered. We study the problem of synthesis of the regulator which stabilizes an equilibrium of the deterministic system and provides required scattering of random states near this equilibrium for the corresponding stochastic system. Our approach is based on the stochastic sensitivity functions technique. The necessary and important part of the examined control problem is an analysis of attainability. For 2D systems,...

We analyze an ordinary differential system with a hysteresis-relay nonlinearity in two cases when the system is autonomous or nonautonomous. Sufficient conditions for both the continuous dependence on the system parameters and the boundedness of the solutions to the system are obtained. We give a supporting example for the autonomous system.

This paper highlights the role of the rank of a differential one-form in the solution of such nonlinear control problems via measurement feedback as disturbance decoupling problem of multi-input single output (MISO) systems. For the later problem, some necessary conditions and sufficient conditions are given.

This paper presents speed regulation issue of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) using a composite integral terminal sliding mode control scheme via a disturbance compensation technique. The PMSM $q$-axis and $d$-axis subsystems are firstly transformed into two linear subsystems by using feedback linearization technique, then, integral terminal sliding mode controller and finite-time controller are designed respectively. The proof of finite time stability are given for the PMSM closed-loop system....

This work concerns an enlarged analysis of the problem of asymptotic compensation for a class of discrete linear distributed systems. We study the possibility of asymptotic compensation of a disturbance by bringing asymptotically the observation in a given tolerance zone 𝒞. Under convenient hypothesis, we show the existence and the unicity of the optimal control ensuring this compensation and we give its characterization

In this work, we examine, through the observation of a class of linear distributed systems, the possibility of reducing the effect of disturbances (pollution, etc.), by making observations within a given margin of tolerance using a control term. This problem is called enlarged exact remediability. We show that with a convenient choice of input and output operators (actuators and sensors, respectively), the considered control problem has a unique optimal solution, which will be given. We also study...