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Asynchronous Control of Fuzzy MJSs Subject to Strict Dissipativity

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This chapter is concerned with the asynchronous dissipative control design problems for fuzzy MJSs in continuous-time and discrete-time domains, respectively. Fuzzy asynchronous controllers are constructed via applying the PDC approach and the HMM. We apply the Lyapunov function to achieve sufficient conditions, which ensure the stochastic stability of the closed-loop system with strict dissipativity performance. Moreover, the desired dissipative controller parameters can be obtained via Matlab Toolbox.

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Dong, S., Wu, ZG., Shi, P. (2020). Asynchronous Control of Fuzzy MJSs Subject to Strict Dissipativity. In: Control and Filtering of Fuzzy Systems with Switched Parameters. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 268. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35566-1_5

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