Event-triggered e level H<inf>8</inf> probabilistic control of uncertain systems
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© 2018 The Franklin Institute In this paper, a new event-trigger based probabilistic controller is designed using a scenario optimization approach for the robust stabilization of uncertain systems subject to nonlinear and unbounded uncertainties. Sufficient probabilistic stabilization conditions are derived under which the closed-loop system is e level robust probabilistic stable. Based on these conditions, the design of the gains of the event-triggered state feedback controller is formulated and solved as an optimization problem involving linear matrix inequality. The applicability of theoretical results obtained is illustrated by a numerical example.
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