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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/20321
Global analysis of piecewise linear systems using impact maps and quadratic surface Lyapunov functions
English
Goncalves, Jorge mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) > >]
Megretski, A. mailto [> >]
Dahleh, M. mailto [> >]
Dec-2003
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
IEEE
48
12
2089-2106
Yes (verified by ORBilu)
0018-9286
Piscataway
NJ
[en] Hybrid systems ; surface Lyapunov functions (SuLF) ; impact and Poincaré maps ; global stability
[en] This paper presents an entirely new constructive global analysis methodology for a class of hybrid systems known as piecewise linear systems (PLS). This methodology infers global properties of PLS solely by studying the behavior at switching surfaces associated with PLS. The main idea is to analyze impact maps, i.e., maps from one switching surface to the next switching surface. Such maps are known to be “unfriendly” maps in the sense that they are highly nonlinear, multivalued, and not continuous. We found, however, that an impact map induced by an linear time-invariant flow between two switching surfaces can be represented as a linear transformation analytically parametrized by a scalar function of the state. This representation of impact maps allows the search for surface Lyapunov functions (SuLF) to
be done by simply solving a semidefinite program, allowing global asymptotic stability, robustness, and performance of limit cycles and equilibrium points of PLS to be efficiently checked. This new analysis methodology has been applied to relay feedback, on/off
and saturation systems, where it has shown to be very successful in globally analyzing a large number of examples. In fact, it is still an open problem whether there exists an example with a globally stable limit cycle or equilibrium point that cannot be successfully analyzed with this new methodology. Examples analyzed include systems of relative degree larger than one and of high dimension, for which no other analysis methodology could be applied. This success in globally analyzing certain classes of PLS has shown the power of this new methodology, and suggests its potential toward the analysis of larger and more complex PLS.
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/20321
Id number = bibkey_915_2002

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