nonlinear control system

nonlinear control system

[′nän‚lin·ē·ər kən′trōl ‚sis·təmz]
(control systems)
A control system that does not have the property of superposition, that is, one in which some or all of the outputs are not linear functions of the inputs.
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Its design flexibility has led to the robust adaptive backstepping control being extensively studied in the nonlinear control system design including the robust control design of robot manipulators [61, 62].
Under the assumption that nonlinear differential-algebraic equations can be described by a nonlinear control system on a smooth manifold, the feedback stabilization problem of NDASs was addressed in [15].
And the control algorithm based on linear model can be applied conveniently to nonlinear control system.
In practical applications, control force saturation can likely occur as the nonlinear control system requires a significant power demand to produce the first braking of the AMD.
However, this is in agreement with universal algebraic formalism, which is based on the classification of differential one-forms associated with the nonlinear control system, and has proved to be efficient for solving several modelling, analysis, and design problems [3].
(2005) is based on the computation of the sensitivity of the nonlinear control system subject to a linear control strategy with input perturbations.
Observable space of the nonlinear control system on a homogeneous time scale.
Zeng, "A comparison between T-S fuzzy systems and affine T-S fuzzy systems as nonlinear control system models," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE '14), pp.
Kokotovic, "Backstepping design of robust controller for a class of nonlinear systems," Proceedings of the IFAC Nonlinear Control System Design Symposium, pp.
In this paper, we consider a general nonlinear control system described by
Yan, Nonlinear Control System Theory and Applications, Xidian University Press, Xi'an, China, 2007.