Dissipativity, stabilization, and regulation of cascade-connected systems

@article{Chen2004DissipativitySA,
  title={Dissipativity, stabilization, and regulation of cascade-connected systems},
  author={Zhiyong Chen and Jie Huang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control},
  year={2004},
  volume={49},
  pages={635-650}
}
This paper presents a technical framework utilizing the dissipativity mechanism that gives rise to the solution of the global regulation problem of the cascade-connected systems subject to both dynamic uncertainty and static uncertainty without knowing the bound of the static uncertainty. Additionally, this paper shows that the nonlinear robust servomechanism problem for the lower triangular systems can be cast into the regulation problem for the cascade-connected systems, thus leading to a… CONTINUE READING
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