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Title: Decentralized time-delay controller design for systems described by delay differential-algebraic equations
Authors: Erol, Hüseyin Ersin
İftar, Altuğ
Keywords: Decentralized control
delayed feedback stabilization
mode mobility
time-delay controllers
time-delay systems
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Abstract: This paper presents a complete approach for designing stabilizing linear time-invariant decentralized finite-dimensional or retarded time-delay output feedback controllers for linear time-invariant systems of delay differential-algebraic equations. The proposed approach is based on the sequential design of the local controllers by using a centralized controller design algorithm. In this sequential design approach, the local controller to be designed at each step is determined depending on the mobility of the rightmost modes with respect to the controllers that have not yet been designed and closed with the system. Since no predefined sequence is followed, a sequence that can target the least effort and dimension for each agent can be aimed. Also, in the proposed approach, a base controller effort can be targeted for each control agent, so that the effort required to stabilize the system can be distributed among the local controllers. In the centralized controller design algorithm used for the design of each local controller, the parameters of the controllers are changed stepwise in a quasi-continuous way to shift the targeted rightmost modes towards the stable area. For a time-delay controller, the desired mode placement can be achieved by applying small changes stepwise to the elements of the matrices and the time-delays of the controller while time-delays remain always non-negative. The effect of small perturbations on the time-delays in the open-loop system or to be added by the controller to be designed is taken into account to ensure some degree of robustness against all possible perturbations on the delays. The effectiveness of the proposed design approach is demonstrated by a numerical example. © The Author(s) 2021.
ISSN: 0142-3312
Appears in Collections:Scopus İndeksli Yayınlar Koleksiyonu

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