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On the State Observer Based Stabilization of T-S Systems with Maximum Convergence Rate
Salem Abdallah, Zohra Kardous , Benhadj Braiek
Pages - 293 - 305     |    Revised - 05-08-2009     |    Published - 01-09-2009
Volume - 3   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - June 2009  Table of Contents
Continuous T-S systems, Observer based controller, PDC
This paper presents improved relaxed stabilization conditions and design procedures of state observers based controllers for continuous nonlinear systems in T-S model representation. First, the T-S model approach for nonlinear systems and some stabilization results are recalled. New stabilization conditions are obtained by relaxing those derived in previous works in this field. The asymptotic and exponential stabilization are considered with the maximization of the convergence rate. A design procedure for stabilizing T-S observer based controller using the concept of PDC (Parallel Distributed Compensation) and the improved relaxed stabilization conditions is proposed.
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Mr. Salem Abdallah
- Tunisia
Mr. Zohra Kardous
- Tunisia
Mr. Benhadj Braiek
- Tunisia

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