Guilin Wen

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A master-slave synchronization scheme for Lur'e systems is studied for a known delay existing between master and slave systems. Based on the latest development of stability studies for time-delay systems, a new delay-dependent synchronization criterion is derived by the free-weighting matrix approach. The criterion shown by example is less conservative than(More)
—A linear metro that is propelled by a single-sided linear induction motor (SLIM) has recently attracted much attention. Compared with the rotating-induction-machine drive system, the SLIM drive has advantages such as direct thrust without needing friction between the wheel and the railway track, small cross-sectional area, lack of gear box, and flexible(More)
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This paper studies the stability of linear systems with interval time-varying delay and nonlinear perturbations. By developing a new delay-dependent decomposition approach, a new delay-fractional-dependent Lyapunov-Krasovskii (LK) function is constructed, and then stability criteria are derived by employing the convex optimization technique. Since that a(More)