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Title: Semi-global robust output regulation of minimum-phase nonlinear systems based on high-gain nonlinear internal model
Authors: Wei, X
Lu, M
Wang, J
Tsang, KM 
Deng, B
Che, Y
Keywords: High-gain
Nonlinear internal model
Output regulation
Semi-global stabilisation
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Source: International journal of control, 2010, v. 83, no. 5, p. 1009-1024 How to cite?
Journal: International Journal of Control 
Abstract: We consider the assumption of existence of the general nonlinear internal model that is introduced in the design of robust output regulators for a class of minimum-phase nonlinear systems with rth degree (r ≥ 2). The robust output regulation problem can be converted into a robust stabilisation problem of an augmented system consisting of the given plant and a high-gain nonlinear internal model, perfectly reproducing the bounded including not only periodic but also nonperiodic exogenous signal from a nonlinear system, which satisfies some general immersion assumption. The state feedback controller is designed to guarantee the asymptotic convergence of system errors to zero manifold. Furthermore, the proposed scheme makes use of output feedback dynamic controller that only processes information from the regulated output error by using high-gain observer to robustly estimate the derivatives of the regulated output error. The stabilisation analysis of the resulting closed-loop systems leads to regional as well as semi-global robust output regulation achieved for some appointed initial condition in the state space, for all possible values of the uncertain parameter vector and the exogenous signal, ranging over an arbitrary compact set.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/17380
DOI: 10.1080/00207170903544676
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