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New sufficient dilated linear matrix inequality LMI conditions for the H ∞ static output feedback control problem of linear continuous-time systems with no uncertainty are proposed. The used technique easily and successfully extends to systems with polytopic uncertainties, by means of parameter-dependent Lyapunov functions PDLFs. In order to reduce the(More)
This paper introduces new dilated LMI conditions for continuous-time linear systems which not only characterize stability and H 2 performance specifications, but also, H ∞ performance specifications. These new conditions offer, in addition to new analysis tools, synthesis procedures that have the advantages of keeping the controller parameters independent(More)
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