Locally robustable gain scheduling in nonlinear systems with uncertain time varying inputs

@article{Lee1997LocallyRG,
  title={Locally robustable gain scheduling in nonlinear systems with uncertain time varying inputs},
  author={S.-H. Lee and J.-T. Lim},
  journal={Int. J. Systems Science},
  year={1997},
  volume={28},
  pages={587-593}
}
In this paper, we propose a gain scheduling control law in nonlinear systems with bounded uncertain time varying inputs. A matching condition is presented to cancel the uncertainty which appears in the term linked directly with the control inputs. If the nonlinear systems are locally robustable, using the proposed control law, the output error can be reduced to the desired bound. Finally, an illustrating example for the regulation problem is provided. 

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