Analysis and design for continuous-time string-connected Takagi-Sugeno systems

Zs. Lendek, P. Raica, B. De Schutter, and R. Babuska, "Analysis and design for continuous-time string-connected Takagi-Sugeno systems," Journal of the Franklin Institute, vol. 351, no. 7, pp. 3577-3592, July 2014.

Distributed systems consist of interconnected, lower-dimensional subsystems. For such systems, distributed analysis and design present several advantages, such as modularity, easier analysis and design, and reduced computational complexity. A special case of distributed systems is when the subsystems are connected in a string. Applications include distributed process control, traffic and communication networks, irrigation systems, hydropower valleys, etc. By exploiting such a structure, in this paper, we propose conditions for the distributed stability analysis of Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy systems connected in a string. These conditions are also extended to observer and controller design and illustrated on numerical examples.

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        author={{\relax Zs}. Lendek and P. Raica and B. {D}e Schutter and R. Babu{\v{s}}ka},
        title={Analysis and design for continuous-time string-connected {Takagi-Sugeno} systems},
        journal={Journal of the Franklin Institute},

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