Thursday, January 17th 17:00-17:30, 2019
Waste4Think Room at DeustoTech
University of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Backstepping is an important technique used to design stabilizing controls for a special class of nonlinear control systems. This talk will focus backstepping results for partially linear systems where a converging-input-converging-state condition is utilized. Input-to-state stability with respect to a large class of model uncertainties and robustness to delays in the measurements of the state will also be discussed.