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Stability analysis and output feedback control for stochastic networked systems with multiple communication delays and nonlinearities using fuzzy control technique

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Zhiming Zhang, Wei Zheng, H. K. Lam, Shuhuan Wen, Fuchun Sun, Ping Xie

Original languageEnglish
Article number125374
Published1 Dec 2020


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This paper addresses the H-infinity Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy control for a class of T-S fuzzy discrete networked control systems with random interval communication delays and random sector nonlinearities. Firstly, the T-S fuzzy model is employed to approximate the discrete networked control system and the ℓth-order Rice fading channels model is introduced in the system model. Secondly, the T-S fuzzy dynamic output feedback controller with ℓth-order Rice fading channels output is designed for the T-S fuzzy discrete networked control system. Thirdly, the discrete delay-dependent Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional, stochastic system theory and Bernoulli probability distribution are employed to derive the stability conditions in terms of linear matrix inequalities (LMIs). Compared with previous works, the fading channels in the signal transmission are described clearly by setting the different channels coefficients of the ℓth-order Rice fading channels model. The closed-loop system is exponentially mean-square stable and prescribed H-infinity performance is guaranteed by designing the T-S fuzzy dynamic output feedback controller. The factorizations in the polynomial and the congruence transformation matrices are introduced to solve the LMIs, such that the controller gain matrices are determined. Finally, simulation examples are presented to show the effectiveness of proposed methods.

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