Stabilization of Multirate Sampled-Data Fuzzy Systems Based on an Approximate Discrete-Time Model
This paper studies a stabilization problem for a multirate digital control of fuzzy systems based on the approximately discretized model. In the multirate control scheme, a numerical integration scheme is used to approximately predict the current state from the state measured at the sampling points. It is shown that the multirate digital fuzzy controller stabilizing an approximate discrete-time fuzzy model would also stabilize the sampled-data fuzzy system in the sufficiently small control update time. Furthermore, some sufficient conditions for the stabilization of the approximate discrete-time fuzzy model are provided under the delta-operator frame work, which are expressed as the linear matrix inequalities (LMIs) and thereby easily tractable by the convex optimization techniques. A numerical example is demonstrated to visualize the feasibility of the developed methodology.
KeywordsFuzzy System Linear Matrix Inequality Digital Controller Numerical Integration Scheme Longe Sampling Period
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