H ∞ bounded resilient state-feedback design for linear continuous-time systems -a robust control approach

@inproceedings{Briat2011HB,
  title={H ∞ bounded resilient state-feedback design for linear continuous-time systems -a robust control approach},
  author={Corentin Briat and John J. Mart{\'i}nez},
  year={2011}
}
The quadratic stabilization of LTI systems by bounded resilient state-feedback controllers is addressed. The controllers are guaranteed to be non-fragile with respect to either uniform or nonuniform maximal implementation errors. The design of resilient controller relies on an LMI problem while boundedness of the coefficients (a NP-Hard problem) can be guaranteed by solving a nonconvex problem involving a BMI. The latter problem is solved using proposed locally convergent iterative LMI… CONTINUE READING

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