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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Obtaining Stabilizing Stationary Controls Via Finite Horizon Cost
Author: Costa E.F.
Do Val J.B.R.
Abstract: This paper focus on the stabilizing properties of stationary feedback controls for general nonlinear systems that are obtained by minimizing a finite horizon cost, in a receding horizon control basis. The main result is to establish exponential stability for stationary controls obtained from minimization of sufficiently large but finite time horizon cost. The approach requires a previously defined notion of closed-loop detectability of nonlinear systems, and in the present paper we introduce conditions under which the aforementioned detectability sense is verified from the open-loop system data, as is usual in linear systems. In connection, we verify that stabilizable and detectable linear time-invariant systems satisfy each of the work assumptions. © 2006 IEEE.
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Date Issue: 2006
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