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On the control uncertain impulsive systems: Approximate stabilization and controlled invariance


Y. Gao, J. Lygeros, M. Quincampoix, N. Seube

International Journal of Control, vol. 77, no. 16, pp. 1393-1407

The problems of stabilization and controlled invariance of a fairly wide class of uncertain hybrid systems is considered. Uncertainty enters in the form of a disturbance input that can affect both the continuous and the discrete dynamics. A method for designing piecewise constant, feedback controllers for this class of systems is developed. In the case of controlled invariance, the controller ensures that the state of the system remains arbitrarily close to a desired set over an arbitrarily long time horizon. In the case of stabilization, the controller ensures approximate exponential convergence of the runs of the closed loop system to the zero level set of a Lyapunov function.


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% Autogenerated BibTeX entry
@Article { GaoEtal:2004:IFA_2566,
    author={Y. Gao and J. Lygeros and M. Quincampoix and N. Seube},
    title={{On the control uncertain impulsive systems: Approximate
	  stabilization and controlled invariance}},
    journal={International Journal of Control},
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