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H estimation for discrete-time piecewise homogeneous Markov jump linear systems. (English) Zbl 1180.93100
Summary: This paper concerns the problem of H estimation for a class of Markov Jump Linear Systems (MJLS) with time-varying Transition Probabilities (TPs) in discrete-time domain. The time-varying character of TPs is considered to be finite piecewise homogeneous and the variations in the finite set are considered to be of two types: arbitrary variation and stochastic variation, respectively. The latter means that the variation is subject to a higher-level transition probability matrix. The mode-dependent and variation-dependent H filter is designed such that the resulting closed-loop systems are stochastically stable and have a guaranteed H filtering error performance index. Using the idea in the recent studies of partially unknown TPs for the traditional MJLS with homogeneous TPs, a generalized framework covering the two kinds of variations is proposed. A numerical example is presented to illustrate the effectiveness and the potential of the developed theoretical results.
MSC:
93E10Estimation and detection in stochastic control
93C55Discrete-time control systems
60J75Jump processes