Observer-based direct adaptive fuzzy control of uncertain nonlinear systems and its applications
A direct adaptive fuzzy control algorithm is developed for a class of uncertain SISO nonlinear systems. In this algorithm, it doesn’t require to assume that the system states are measurable. Therefore, it is needed to design an observer to estimate the system states. Compared with the numerous alternative approaches with respect to the observer design, the main advantage of the developed algorithm is that on-line computation burden is alleviated. It is proven that the developed algorithm can guarantee that all the signals in the closed-loop system are uniformly ultimately bounded and the tracking error converges to a small neighborhood around zero. The simulation examples validate the feasibility of the developed algorithm.
KeywordsAdaptive fuzzy control nonlinear systems uncertainties
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