The regional Input-to-State Stability of nonlinear, possibly discontinuous, discrete-time systems is studied under the assumption that the equilibrium of the corresponding nominal model is asymptotically stable. The obtained results are used for the synthesis of a nominal Model Predictive Control law ensuring inherent robustness. A numerical example is reported that witnesses the effectiveness of the approach.

Robust stability analysis of nonlinear discrete-time systems with application to MPC

PICASSO, BRUNO;SCATTOLINI, RICCARDO
2012

Abstract

The regional Input-to-State Stability of nonlinear, possibly discontinuous, discrete-time systems is studied under the assumption that the equilibrium of the corresponding nominal model is asymptotically stable. The obtained results are used for the synthesis of a nominal Model Predictive Control law ensuring inherent robustness. A numerical example is reported that witnesses the effectiveness of the approach.
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