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—The paper shows several versions of the (LaSalle's) invariance principle for general hybrid systems. The broad framework allows for nonuniqueness of solutions, Zeno behaviors , and does not insist on continuous dependence of solutions on initial conditions. Instead, only a mild structural property involving graphical convergence of solutions is posed. The… (More)

Invariance principles for hybrid systems are used to derive invariance principles for nonlinear switching systems with multiple Lyapunov-like functions. Dwell-time, persistent dwell-time, and weak dwell-time solutions are considered. Asymptotic stability results are deduced under further observability assumptions or common bounds on the Lyapunov-like… (More)

— Recently, Linear Temporal Logic (LTL) has been employed as a tool for formal specification in dynamical control systems. With this formal approach, control systems can be designed to provably accomplish a large class of complex tasks specified via LTL. For this purpose, language generating Buchi automata with finite abstractions of dynamical systems have… (More)

— Global asymptotic stabilization of the attitude of a rigid body is hindered by major topological obstructions. In fact, this task is impossible to accomplish with continuous state feedback. Moreover, when the attitude is parametrized with unit quaternions, it becomes impossible to design a globally stabilizing state feedback (even discontinuous) that is… (More)

We derive optimality conditions for the paths of a Dubins vehicle when the state space is partitioned into two patches with different vehicle's forward velocity. We recast this problem as a hybrid optimal control problem and solve it using optimality principles for hybrid systems. Among the optimality conditions, we derive a " refraction " law at the… (More)

— We present an innovative hybrid control strategy for contact detection and force regulation of robotic manipulators. This hybrid architecture controls the robotic manipulator during the following stages of interaction with the work environment: the free motion, the transition phase, and the constrained motion. The proposed control strategy is to switch… (More)

— A theorem on nested Matrosov functions is extended to time-varying hybrid systems. It provides sufficient conditions for uniform global asymptotic stability of a compact set. An application to parameter identification with state resets is made and illustrated on an example.

- Ricardo G. Sanfelice, Andrew R. Teel, Petar V. Kokotovi, João P. Hespanha, Bassam Bamieh, Andy Teel +1 other
- 2008

- Ricardo G Sanfelice, J J Benjamin Biemond, Nathan Van De Wouw, W P Maurice, H Heemels
- 2011

— We study the problem of designing controllers to track time-varying state trajectories for plants modeled as hybrid dynamical systems, which are systems with both continuous and discrete dynamics. The reference trajectories are given by functions that may exhibit jumps. The class of controllers considered are also modeled as hybrid systems. These are… (More)

material have the responsibility to inform all of the authors promptly if they wish to reuse, modify, correct, publish, or distribute any portion of this report. Abstract A mathematical model for a two-gene regulatory network is derived and several of their properties analyzed. Due to the presence of mixed continuous/discrete dynamics and hysteresis, we… (More)