Robust stability analysis for discretized nonlinear control systems in a global sense

@article{Okuyama2006RobustSA,
  title={Robust stability analysis for discretized nonlinear control systems in a global sense},
  author={Yasuhide Okuyama},
  journal={2006 American Control Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={6 pp.-}
}
This paper describes the robust stability analysis for discrete-time and discrete-value (discretized/quantized) nonlinear control systems in a frequency domain. First, by considering an appropriate threshold in the input of nonlinearity, the discretized (stepwise) nonlinear characteristic on a grid pattern is partitioned into two sections: a bounded area that is defined under the threshold and a sectorial area that is defined over the threshold. Then, allowing for a fluctuation or an offset in… CONTINUE READING

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