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Analysis and Synthesis of Switched Time-Delay Systems: The Average Dwell Time Approach [electronic resource] / by Dan Zhang, Li Yu.
1st ed. 2019.
Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2019.
1 online resource (202 pages)
Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, 146
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Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, 2198-4182 ; 146
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This book, written by experts in the field, is based on the latest research on the analysis and synthesis of switched time-delay systems. It covers the stability, filtering, fault detection and control problems, which are studied using the average dwell time approach. It presents both the continuous-time and discrete-time systems and provides useful insights and methods, as well as practical algorithms that can be considered in other complex systems, such as neuron networks and genetic regulatory networks, making it a valuable resource for researchers, scientists and engineers in the field of system sciences and control communities. .
Introduction to switched time-delay systems
Fundamentals to stability, filtering and control
Exponential stability of switched time-delay systems
Passivity analysis of switched time-delay systems
Filtering of continuous-time switched time-delay systems
Filtering of continuous-time stochastic switched time-delay systems
Filtering of discrete-time stochastic switched time-delay systems
Asynchronous filtering of continuous-time switched time-delay systems
Asynchronous filtering of discrete-time switched time-delay systems
Filtering of discrete-time singular switched time-delay systems
Fault detection of discrete-time switched time-delay systems
Stabilization of continuous-time switched time-delay systems
Fault tolerant control for discrete-time switched time-delay systems
Finite-time control for discrete-time switched time-delay systems.
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