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Stability and Observer Design for Lur'e Systems with Multivalued, Nonmonotone, Time-Varying Nonlinearities and State Jumps

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This paper deals with the stability and observer design for Lur'e systems with multivalued nonlinearities, which are not necessarily monotone or time-invariant. Such differential inclusions model the motion of state trajectories which are constrained to evolve inside time-varying nonconvex sets. Using Lyapunov-based analysis, sufficient conditions are proposed for local stability in such systems, while specifying the basin of attraction. If the sets governing the motion of state trajectories are moving with bounded variation, then the resulting state trajectories are also of bounded variation, and unlike the convex case, the stability conditions depend on the size of jumps allowed in the sets. Based on the stability analysis, a Luenberger-like observer is proposed which is shown to converge asymptotically to the actual state, provided the initial value of the state estimation error is small enough. In addition, a practically convergent state estimator, based on the high-gain approach, is designed to reduce the state estimation error to the desired accuracy in finite time for larger initial values of the state estimation error. The two approaches are then combined to obtain global asymptotically convergent state estimates.
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hal-01083629 , version 1 (23-02-2015)

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Aneel Tanwani, Bernard Brogliato, Christophe Prieur. Stability and Observer Design for Lur'e Systems with Multivalued, Nonmonotone, Time-Varying Nonlinearities and State Jumps. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 2014, 52 (6), pp.3639-3672. ⟨10.1137/120902252⟩. ⟨hal-01083629⟩
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