We consider the problem of controlling a linear system when the state is available with a known time-varying delay (delayed-state feedback control) or the actuator is affected by a delay. The solution proposed in this paper consists in partially assigning the spectrum of the closed-loop system to guarantee the exponential zero-state stability with a prescribed decay rate by means of a finite-dimensional control law. A non conservative bound on the maximum allowed delay for the prescribed decay rate is presented, which holds for both cases of constant and time-varying delays. An advantage over recent and similar approaches is that differentiability or continuity of the delay function is not required. We compare the performance of our approach, in terms of delay bound and input signal, with another recent approach.

Exponential stabilization of linear systems with time-varying delayed state feedback via partial spectrum assignment

GERMANI, Alfredo;MANES, COSTANZO
2014

Abstract

We consider the problem of controlling a linear system when the state is available with a known time-varying delay (delayed-state feedback control) or the actuator is affected by a delay. The solution proposed in this paper consists in partially assigning the spectrum of the closed-loop system to guarantee the exponential zero-state stability with a prescribed decay rate by means of a finite-dimensional control law. A non conservative bound on the maximum allowed delay for the prescribed decay rate is presented, which holds for both cases of constant and time-varying delays. An advantage over recent and similar approaches is that differentiability or continuity of the delay function is not required. We compare the performance of our approach, in terms of delay bound and input signal, with another recent approach.
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