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By introducing sliding mode predictive control (SMPC) techniques, a controller with passivity of a class of discrete-time uncertain singular systems is proposed in this paper. A new switching surface function is designed by taking the singular matrix into account, thus the resulting sliding mode dynamics is a full-order uncertain singular time-varying delay(More)
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In order to investigate the affect of propeller loads on transient stability of ship power systems, this paper focuses on the model and the problems of integrated coordinate control of ship multi-machine power systems with propeller loads. A control algorithm is developed based on Hamilton energy theory which produces a coordinate control law involved in(More)
is called the Drazin inverse of A and is denoted by X = A, where k is the index of A, i.e., the smallest non-negative integer such that rank(A) = rank(A). We denote such a k by Ind(A). It is well-known that A exists and is unique (see [2]). If Ind(A) = 1, A is also called the group inverse of A and is denoted by A. Then A exists if and only if rank(A) =(More)
In this paper, the problem of delay-dependent bounded real lemma (BRL) of discrete-time singular systems with time-varying delays is thoroughly investigated. Without introducing the free-weighting matrices to deal with the cross terms, a delay-dependent H<sub>&#x221E;</sub> performance analysis result is established by considering the relationship between(More)