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Finite-time stabilization via dynamic output feedback. (English) Zbl 1099.93042
Summary: The finite-time stabilization of continuous-time linear systems is considered; this problem has been previously solved in the state feedback case. In this work the assumption that the state is available for feedback is removed and the output feedback problem is investigated. The main result provided is a sufficient condition for the design of a dynamic output feedback controller which makes the closed loop system finite-time stable. Such sufficient condition is given in terms of an LMI optimization problem; this gives the opportunity of fitting the finite-time control problem in the general framework of the LMI approach to the multi-objective synthesis. In this context an example illustrates the design of a controller which guarantees, at the same time, finite-time stability together with some pole placement requirements.
93D21Adaptive or robust stabilization
93D05Lyapunov and other classical stabilities of control systems
93B52Feedback control