We study the problem of achieving integral input to state stability (iISS) with respect to noise for a class of upper triangular nonlinear systems with uncertainty and measurement noise. We propose a novel step‐by‐step Lyapunov‐based design, consisting of (1) splitting an n‐dimensional system into n one‐dimensional systems, each with its own state, inputs, and measurement, (2) constructing a one‐dimensional measurement feedback controller for each one‐dimensional system, according to a certainty equivalence principle, and (3) selecting the parameters of these controllers so that their interconnection gives a measurement feedback controller for the n‐dimensional system. The stability analysis is performed through filtered Lyapunov functions, which are Lyapunov functions with parameters being the output of suitable dynamical filters.
|Titolo:||Lyapunov-based design of iISS feedforward systems with uncertainty and noisy measurements|
BATTILOTTI, Stefano (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2007|
|Appare nella tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|