This paper considers the problem of stabilization of discrete-time systems with actuator non-linearities. Specifically, full-state feedback and dynamic, output feedback control designs for discrete-time systems with time-varying, sector-bounded, input non-linearities are addressed. The proposed framework is based on a linear matrix inequality approach and directly accounts for robust stability and robust performance over the class of actuator non-linearities. Furthermore, it is directly applicable to actuator saturation control and provides state feedback and dynamic, output feedback controllers with guaranteed domains of attraction. The effectiveness of the approach is illustrated by two numerical examples.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Control and Systems Engineering
- Theoretical Computer Science
- Computer Science Applications