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Volume 11, Issue 16, 03 November 2017

Volume 11, Issue 16

03 November 2017

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    • Discrete-time speed servo system design – a comparative study: proportional–integral versus integral sliding mode control
    • Event-triggered constant reference tracking control for discrete-time LPV systems with application to a laboratory tank system
      LMI-based criteria for robust finite-time stabilisation of switched systems with interval time-varying delay
      Event-based fault detection for non-linear networked systems with multi-data transmission and output quantisation
      Robust decentralised mean field control in leader following multi-agent systems
      Data-driven sliding mode tracking control for unknown Markovian jump non-linear systems
      Non-iterative SOS-based approach for guaranteed cost control design of polynomial systems with input saturation
      Robust adaptive passivity-based control of open-loop unstable affine non-linear systems subject to actuator saturation
      Robust adaptive backstepping control for hierarchical multi-agent systems with signed weights and system uncertainties
      Complex-domain stability criteria for fractional-order linear dynamical systems
      Mechanical sensorless LPV torque ripple control of hybrid electric vehicle
      Second-order sliding mode observers for fault reconstruction in power networks
      Steady-state analysis of delay interconnected positive systems and its application to formation control
      Input-to-state stabilisation for a general non-linear system with time-varying input delay
      Distributed fault estimation observer design for multi-agent systems with switching topologies
      Finite-time tracking control for pneumatic servo system via extended state observer
      Sampled-data control of asynchronously switched non-linear systems via T–S fuzzy model approach
      Data-driven adaptive fault-tolerant control for a class of multiple-input–multiple-output linear discrete-time systems
      Exponential stability of impulsive systems with random delays under sampled-data control
      Matching mechanism for networked control systems with multirate sampling
      Direct adaptive model predictive control tuning based on the first-order plus dead time models
      Bandwidth allocation, delay bound analysis, and controller synthesis for event-triggered control systems

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