화학공학소재연구정보센터
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol.42, No.7, 992-995, 1997
H-Infinity-Almost Disturbance Decoupling with Internal Stability for Linear-Systems Subject to Input Saturation
For a linear system subject to input saturation and input-additive disturbances, we show that : 1) the H-infinity-almost disturbance decoupling problem with local asymptotic stability is always solvable via state feedback as long as the system in the absence of saturation is stabilizable, no matter where the open-loop poles are and 2) the H-infinity-almost disturbance decoupling problem with semiglobal asymptotic stability is solvable via state feedback as long as the system in the absence of saturation is stabilizable with all its open loop poles located in the dosed left-half plane. The results generalize those in [6] by not requiring the disturbance to be bounded by a known bound, or even bounded.