This book gathers together a selection of papers presented at the Joint CTS-HYCON Workshop on Nonlinear and Hybrid Control held at the Paris Sorbonne, France, 10-12 July 2006. The main objective of the Workshop was to promote the exchange of ideas and experiences and reinforce scientific contacts in the large multidisciplinary area of the control of nonlinear and hybrid systems.
About the Author
Françoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue is "Directeur de Recherche" at the the French National Centre of Scientific Research (CNRS) at Laboratoire de Signaux et Systemes, Supelec, since 1993. She obtained her Docteur d'état ès Sciences Physiques from Université Paris Sud in 1985. She is presently Managing Editor of International Journal of Control, Director of the Marie Curie Control Training Site (CTS), Scientific Manager of the HYCON NoE (Hybrid Control: Taming Heterogeneity and Complexity of Networked Embedded Systems). She was elected member for the years 2003-2005 of the Board of Governors of the IEEE Control Systems Society. Her main research interests lie in the fields of nonlinear and hybrid systems including system analysis and control design. She is author and co-author of more than hundred scientific publications which include one book, 60 journal papers and chapters of book, a Special issue of the International Journal on Control, the co-edition of 10 books, about 70 published conference papers.
Antonio Loria is currently "Chargé de Recherche", at the the French National Centre of Scientific Research (CNRS) at Laboratoire de Signaux et Systemes, Supelec. He got his PhD degree from the University of Technology of Compiègne in 1996. He is (co)author of more than a hundred scientific publications including 4 books. His research interests are modelling and control of physical systems, stability analysis of nonlinear time-varying and hybrid systems. He is associate editor of Automatica and Systems and Control Letters.
Elena Panteley is currently "Chargée de Recherche", at the the French National Centre of Scientific Research (CNRS) at Laboratoire de Signaux et Systemes, Supelec since 2004. She got her PhD degree from St. Petersbourg State University (mathematics) in 1997. She is (co)author of more than seventy scientific publications including 2 books. Her research interests include control design and analysis for nonlinear, time-varying and switched dynamical systems, adaptive nonlinear control and synchronisation of nonlinear systems.
Salah Laghrouche got an electrical engineering degree at the University of Algiers in 2000. He received a scholarship to undertake research in the area of nonlinear control at Ecole Centrale Nantes in France. He obtained his PhD diploma in 2004 and then moved to the Laboratoire des Signaux et Systemes, CNRS, Supelec to work as a Research fellow. In 2006, he was appointed to a lectureship in Control Engineering at Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard. His research interests are higher order sliding mode control, power systems and automotive control.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Hinf Control of Stochastic Hybrid Systems Ellipsoidal Output-Feedback Sets for Hinf Control of a Class of Stochastic Hybrid Systems with State-Dependent Noise.
Chapter 2. A Contribution to the Study of Periodic Systems in the Behavioral Approach.
Chapter 3. Iteratively Improving Moving Horizon Observers for Repetitive Processes.
Chapter 4. Exponential Stability of Dynamic Equations on Time Scales.
Chapter 5. Jurdjevic-Quinn Conditions and Discontinuous Bounded Damping Control.
Chapter 6. Smooth Approximations of Single-Input Optimal Orbital Transfer using Continuation and Averaging Techniques.
Chapter 7. Achieving Stability in Non-holonomic Systems by Means of Switched Control Laws.
Chapter 8. Stability of Equilibria for Hybrid Models of Genetic Regulatory Networks.
Chapter 9. Tools for Semiglobal Practical Stability Analysis of Cascaded Systems and Applications.
Chapter 10. A Rigorous Numerical Algorithm for Controllability.
Chapter 11. Dead-locks and Break of Symmetry in Robot Coordination.
Chapter 12. Iterative Nonlinear Model Predictive Control: A Review.
Chapter 13. Transient Stabilization and Voltage Regulation of a Synchronous Generator.
Chapter 14. A Current-based Approach to Wave Reflection Suppression in AC Drives Fed through Long Cables.
Chapter 15. Stabilizability of Affine Switching Systems: A Kalman-like Approach.
Chapter 16. Observability of Hybrid Automata by Abstraction.
Chapter 17. New Convenient Formula for Impedance Change Calculation in Nondestructive Testing Problems by Control of Eddy Currents.
Chapter 18. Dynamic Optimization of Nonlinear Bioreactors.
Chapter 19. About Stability Analysis for Discrete Time Systems with Time Varying Delays.
Chapter 20. Real-time Implementation of Rotor Flux and Speed Control of Induction Motors using Online Rotor Resistance and Load Torque Adaptation.
Chapter 21. The On-line Diagnosis of Time Petri Nets Based on Partial Orders.
Chapter 22. Optimization Methods for the Sphere Packing Problem on Grassmannians.
Chapter 23. Analytical Solution of the Problem on a Magnetohydrodynamic Flow in the Initial Part of a Plane Channel in a Transverse Magnetic Field in Oseen Approximation.
Chapter 24. A Formation Control Algorithm using Voronoi Regions.
Chapter 25. Output Delay Systems Tracking Using System Centre Approach and Sliding Mode Control.
Chapter 26. State-Linearization of Positive Nonlinear Systems; Applications to Lotka-Volterra Controlled Dynamics.
Chapter 27. Energy Transfer via Point Interaction Controls.
Chapter 28. Further Remarks on Stability Crossing Curves of Distributed Delay Systems.
Chapter 29. A New Adaptive Controller for Systems with Multilinear Parameterization.
Chapter 30. Hybrid Model Predictive Control Applied on Sewer Networks: The Barcelona Case Study.
Chapter 31. Realization Theory of Nonlinear Hybrid Systems.
Chapter 32. Adaptive Sliding Mode Observer Based Uncertain Chaotic Masking Communication.
Chapter 33. Navier-Stokes Equation on a Plane Bounded Domain: Continuity Properties for Controllability.
Chapter 34. Hybrid Predictive Control of a Simulated Chemical Plant.
Chapter 35. Robust Identification in Nonlinear Dynamic Process Models.
Chapter 36. Generic Families and Generic Bifurcations of Control-Affine Systems.
Chapter 37. Sliding Control and Optimization in a Full Bridge Boost Converter.
Chapter 38. Feedback Stabilization of the Periodic Operation of an Hybrid Chemical Plant.
Chapter 39. Fast Tracking of Poiseuille Trajectories in Navier Stokes 2D Channel Flow.
Chapter 40. Some Remarks on Interconnection and Damping Assignment Passivity-Based Control of Mechanical Systems.