Adaptive Control of Time—Varying and Nonlinear Systems
This chapter contains theoretical concepts that are more advanced than those used in the preceding chapters. These concepts and several references are used to show that the preceding adaptive controllers still maintain stability with respect to boundedness even for certain classes of time varying and nonlinear systems. An early illustration of this behavior was shown in the example of Section 1.2. To prevent this presentation from being overburdened with new and complex material, this chapter gives only a brief presentation of the main proofs and results. More elaborate proofs and some illustrative examples are found in the references cited at the end of the chapter.
KeywordsAdaptive Control Adaptive Controller Positive Definite Matrice Dynamic Output Feedback Adaptive Gain
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