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The four illustrative examples demonstrated the application of the values set concept and the zero exclusion condition for the families of fractional order polynomials with multilinear uncertainty structure, polynomial uncertainty structure, general uncertainty structure, and for the family of the fractional order retarded quasi-polynomials.
The obtained results showed the effectivity of the method for robust stability analysis of fractional order polynomials with various complex uncertainty structures. The potential directions for future research can be seen in robust stability analysis of e.
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Received Feb 2; Accepted Jun This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Abstract The main aim of this article is to present a graphical approach to robust stability analysis for families of fractional order quasi- polynomials with complicated uncertainty structure. Introduction Fractional order control represents promising and attractive research topic, which has been widely studied recently.
Standard classification for integer order systems is [ 33 ], [ 65 ], [ 66 ]: Independent uncertainty structure called interval one for Q in the shape of a box Affine linear uncertainty structure called polytopic one for Q in the shape of a polytope Multilinear uncertainty structure Polynomial polynomic uncertainty structure General uncertainty structure On top of that, so-called single parameter uncertainty is a special case, which can be seen as the simplest one despite the structure itself can be formally affine linear or even more complicated.
Value sets and zero exclusion condition As mentioned above, the complicated structures of uncertainty suffer from the lack of suitable techniques for robust stability analysis. Open in a separate window. Fig 1. Value sets of the family of fractional order polynomials with multilinear uncertainty structure Eq Fig 4.
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Value sets of the family of fractional order retarded quasi-polynomials Eq Illustrative examples In order to show the practical applicability of the graphical approach to robust stability analysis discussed hereinbefore, four illustrative examples with families of fractional order quasi- polynomials are presented in this Section. Fig 2. Value sets of the family of fractional order polynomials with polynomial uncertainty structure Eq Fig 3. Value sets of the family of fractional order polynomials with general uncertainty structure Eq Conclusion This article was focused on a graphical approach to robust stability investigation for families of fractional order polynomials or even quasi-polynomials with complicated uncertainty structure.
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The focus of this thesis is to address the problem of controller design for polynomial discrete-time systems. The main reason for focusing on this area is because the controller design for such polynomial discrete-time systems is categorised as a difficult problem. This is due to the fact that the relation between the Lyapunov matrix and the controller matrix is not jointly convex when the parameter-dependent or state-dependent Lyapunov function is under consideration. Therefore the problem cannot possibly be solved via semidefinite programming SDP. In light of the aforementioned problem, we establish novel methodologies of designing controllers for stabilising the systems both with and without H-infinity performance and for the systems with and without uncertainty.
Two types of uncertainty are considered in this research work; 1. Polytopic uncertainty, and 2. Norm-bounded uncertainty. A novel methodology for designing a filter for the polynomial discrete-time systems is also developed.
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We show that through our proposed methodologies, a less conservative design procedure can be rendered for the controller synthesis and filter design. In particular, a so-called integrator method is proposed in this research work where an integrator is incorporated into the controller and filter structures. Quite in the spirit of the Polynomial Toolbox the coefficients are assumed to be polynomial functions of the uncertain parameter and can be naturally passed to the macro stabint which returns the margins within which the family thus described remains stable.
Interval Polynomials Another important class of uncertain systems is described by interval polynomials with independent uncertainties in the coefficients.