Multiple Model Adaptive Control (MMAC) for Nonlinear Systems with Nonlinear Parameterization
A novel dwell-time-switching based multiple model adaptive control (MMAC) scheme is proposed for the state feedback stabilization problem of a class of general nonlinear systems with nonlinear parameterization. One major contribution is that it has advanced Morse's dwell-timeswitching from linear systems to a class of nonlinear systems. Another significant contribution is that it combines the idea of monitoring the adequacy of candidate models (in terms of their estimation performances) in most...[Show more]
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