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H2 and/or H∞-norm model reduction of uncertain discrete-time systems
This paper addresses the problem of model reduction for uncertain discrete-time systems with convex bounded (polytope type) uncertainty. A reduced order precisely known model is obtained in such a way that the H2 and/or ...
Formal Verification of Distributed System Using an Executable C Model
Formal verification means to rigorously explore the correctness of system designs expressed as mathematical models, most likely with the assistance of modern computers. Original approaches were to model and express a ...
Stabilizing controller design for uncertain nonlinear systems using fuzzy models
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014)
Estabilização de sistemas fuzzy T-S incertos usando realimenta̧ão derivativa
In some practical problems, for instance, in the suppression of vibration in mechanical systems, the state-derivative signals are easier to obtain than the state signals. Thus, a method for state-derivative feedback design ...
Mixed-integer nonlinear model for multiproduct inventory systems with interior point and branch-And-bound method
Inventory management can be considered as one of the main components of planning and production control. In the literature numerous mathematical models are presented for inventory management, which approach different aspects ...
An extension of the invariance principle for switched T-S fuzzy systems
(IEEEEuropean Control Association (EUCA)Zurich, 2013)
In this work, we propose an extension of the invariance principle for switched T-S fuzzy systems using an auxiliary function V for the convex combination of the subsystems which applies to unstable subsystems. The ...
iSPD: An iconic-based modeling simulator for distributed grids
Simulation of large and complex systems, such as computing grids, is a difficult task. Current simulators, despite providing accurate results, are significantly hard to use. They usually demand a strong knowledge of ...
A mixed-integer LP model for the reconfiguration of radial electric distribution systems considering distributed generation
The problem of reconfiguration of distribution systems considering the presence of distributed generation is modeled as a mixed-integer linear programming (MILP) problem in this paper. The demands of the electric distribution ...