Tracking with Prescribed Transient Behaviour for a Class of Nonlinear Functional Differential Equations with Input Hysteresis

  title={Tracking with Prescribed Transient Behaviour for a Class of Nonlinear Functional Differential Equations with Input Hysteresis},
  author={Achim Ilchmann and Hartmut Logemann and E. P. Ryan},
  journal={Proceedings of the 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
Tracking of reference signals (assumed bounded with essentially bounded derivative) is considered for a class of single-input, single-output, nonlinear systems, described by a functional differential equation with a hysteresis nonlinearity in the input channel. The first control objective is tracking, by the output, with prescribed accuracy: determine a feedback strategy which ensures that, for every reference signal and every system of the underlying class, the tracking error ultimately… CONTINUE READING

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