Marcin Witczak

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The paper deals with the problems of designing observers and unknown input observers for discrete-time Lipschitz non-linear systems. In particular, with the use of the Lyapunov method, three different convergence criteria of the observer are developed. Based on the achieved results, three different design procedures are proposed. Then, it is shown how to(More)
Challenging design problems arise regularly in modern fault diagnosis systems. Unfortunately, classical analytical techniques often cannot provide acceptable solutions to such difficult tasks. This explains why soft computing techniques such as neural networks become more and more popular in industrial applications of fault diagnosis. Taking into account(More)
The problem under consideration is to obtain a measurement schedule for training neural networks. This task is perceived as an experimental design in a given design space that is obtained in such a way as to minimize the difference between the neural network and the system being considered. This difference can be expressed in many different ways and one of(More)
Abstract: In this paper, a new active FTC strategy is proposed. First, it is developed in the context of linear systems and then it is extended to Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems. The key contribution of the proposed approach is an integrated FTC design procedure of the fault identification and fault-tolerant control schemes. Fault identification is based on(More)
Challenging design problems arise regularly in modern fault diagnosis systems. Unfortunately, the classical analytical techniques often cannot provide acceptable solutions to such difficult tasks. This explains why soft computing techniques such as evolutionary algorithms and neural networks become more and more popular in industrial applications of fault(More)
This paper presents the problem of robust fault detection using unknown-input interval observers. These observers face the robustness problem using two complementary strategies. First, disturbances considered as unknown inputs are decoupled. Second, process/measurement noise and modeling uncertainty are considered unknown but bounded by intervals. Their(More)
In this paper, a new active FTC strategy is proposed. First, it is developed in the context of linear systems and then it is extended to Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems. The key contribution of the proposed approach is an integrated FTC design procedure of the fault identification and fault-tolerant control schemes. Fault identification is based on the use of(More)