Regular Paper

International Journal of Control, Automation and Systems 2012; 10(6): 1102-1110

Published online December 5, 2012

https://doi.org/10.1007/s12555-012-0604-1

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Adaptive Synchronization of Master-Slave Large-Scale Systems against Bias Actuators and Network Attenuations

Xiao-Zheng Jin, Guang-Hong Yang, and Wei-Wei Che

Shenyang University, China

Abstract

This paper utilizes the adaptive technique to design a class of active synchronizing master-slave large scale systems against imperfect actuators and networked interconnections with bias faults and signal attenuations, respectively. Without the requirement of knowledge of eventual faulty factors of bias-actuators on systems, and attenuation factors of connected networks, an adaptive mechanism is de-signed to estimate each unknown faulty factor on-line for constructing a class of distributed adaptive controllers. Then based on the adaptive adjustment parameters and Lyapunov stability theory, Lyapunov functions are addressed to prove that the proposed adaptive master-slave large-scale system can be guaranteed to be asymptotic synchronization with the improper actuator and faulty transmitted signals. Finally, a multiple vehicle large-scale system is used to verify the efficiency of the method.

Keywords Adaptive control, asymptotic synchronization, bias-actuators, master-slave large scale systems, signal attenuations.

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Regular Paper

International Journal of Control, Automation and Systems 2012; 10(6): 1102-1110

Published online December 1, 2012 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12555-012-0604-1

Copyright © The International Journal of Control, Automation, and Systems.

Adaptive Synchronization of Master-Slave Large-Scale Systems against Bias Actuators and Network Attenuations

Xiao-Zheng Jin, Guang-Hong Yang, and Wei-Wei Che

Shenyang University, China

Abstract

This paper utilizes the adaptive technique to design a class of active synchronizing master-slave large scale systems against imperfect actuators and networked interconnections with bias faults and signal attenuations, respectively. Without the requirement of knowledge of eventual faulty factors of bias-actuators on systems, and attenuation factors of connected networks, an adaptive mechanism is de-signed to estimate each unknown faulty factor on-line for constructing a class of distributed adaptive controllers. Then based on the adaptive adjustment parameters and Lyapunov stability theory, Lyapunov functions are addressed to prove that the proposed adaptive master-slave large-scale system can be guaranteed to be asymptotic synchronization with the improper actuator and faulty transmitted signals. Finally, a multiple vehicle large-scale system is used to verify the efficiency of the method.

Keywords: Adaptive control, asymptotic synchronization, bias-actuators, master-slave large scale systems, signal attenuations.

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