3 years ago

Data-Driven Inversion-Based Control: closed-loop stability analysis for MIMO systems.

Carlo Novara, Simone Formentin

Data-Driven Inversion-Based Control (D$^{2}$-IBC) is a recently introduced control design method for uncertain nonlinear systems, relying on a two degree-of-freedom architecture, with a nonlinear controller and a linear controller running in parallel. In this paper, extending to the MIMO case a previous result holding for the SISO case, we derive a finite-gain stability sufficient condition for a closed-loop system formed by a nonlinear MIMO plant, connected in feedback with a D$^{2}$-IBC controller.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.08993

DOI: arXiv:1801.08993v1

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