This article deals with the input-output finite-time stability (IO-FTS) of linear discrete-time systems. In current control science, discrete-time systems play a very important role in many engineering contexts. Moreover, many discrete-time control problems are defined over a finite-interval of time; therefore, the development and application of finite-time control methodologies is of particular relevance. The first contribution of this article is a pair of necessary and sufficient conditions for IO-FTS. The former involves the solution of a set of generalized difference Lyapunov equations; the latter allows one to establish the feasibility of an optimization problem by solving a set of difference linear matrix inequalities (DLMIs). The second contribution of this article is a theorem for IO finite-time stabilization via state feedback, followed by a more general one for stabilization via output feedback. Both conditions are necessary and sufficient, and lead to optimization problems cast in the form of DLMIs. The applicability of the devised results is illustrated through a numerical example.

Input-Output Finite-Time Stabilization of Linear Time-Varying Discrete-Time Systems

Amato, F;Cosentino, C
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2022-01-01

Abstract

This article deals with the input-output finite-time stability (IO-FTS) of linear discrete-time systems. In current control science, discrete-time systems play a very important role in many engineering contexts. Moreover, many discrete-time control problems are defined over a finite-interval of time; therefore, the development and application of finite-time control methodologies is of particular relevance. The first contribution of this article is a pair of necessary and sufficient conditions for IO-FTS. The former involves the solution of a set of generalized difference Lyapunov equations; the latter allows one to establish the feasibility of an optimization problem by solving a set of difference linear matrix inequalities (DLMIs). The second contribution of this article is a theorem for IO finite-time stabilization via state feedback, followed by a more general one for stabilization via output feedback. Both conditions are necessary and sufficient, and lead to optimization problems cast in the form of DLMIs. The applicability of the devised results is illustrated through a numerical example.
2022
Discrete-time systems
Sufficient conditions
Stability analysis
Optimization
Numerical stability
Closed loop systems
Linear systems
Controller design
input-output finite-time stability (IO-FTS)
linear discrete-time systems
LMI
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