an:06925038
Zbl 1410.93097
Shao, Hanyong; Zhang, Zhengqiang
Delay-dependent state feedback stabilization for a networked control model with two additive input delays
EN
Appl. Math. Comput. 265, 748-758 (2015).
00412790
2015
j
93D15 93C23
networked control systems; delay systems; state feedback control; delay-dependent stability; stabilization
Summary: This paper is centered on delay-dependent state feedback stabilization for a networked control model with two additive input delays. Firstly delay-dependent stability is investigated. By splitting the whole delay interval into subintervals according to the delays, a Lyapunov functional is constructed. To reduce conservatism we handle the Lyapunov functional in two ways. More specifically, we take the Lyapunov functional as a whole to examine its positive definite, rather than restrict each term of it to positive definite as usual. In addition, when estimating the derivative of the Lyapunov functional, we manage to get a fairly tighter upper bound by introducing different slack variables for the different subintervals. The resulting stability results turn out dependent on the two delays separately, and less conservative than some existing ones. Then, based on the stability results state feedback stabilization is studied. Delay-dependent conditions are formulated for the controller such that the closed-loop system is asymptotically stable. Finally examples are given to show the less conservatism of the stability results and the effectiveness of the proposed stabilization method.