This paper proposes a new digital redesign method for determining the hybrid controller of a continuous-time system with input time delay using an observer-based digital controller. The proposed method together with the genetic algorithms is used to determine: (1) the interval digital model of a continuous-time uncertain system with input time delay, (2) the interval digital redesign control law and (3) the interval digital observer of the original continuous-time uncertain observer with input time delay. Moreover, the result is less conservative than those obtained by the existing interval methods. A discrete-time observer is built by the original continuous-time observer with input-time-delay control law and a predictor such that the estimated states of the redesigned discrete-time observer closely match those of the original continuous-time observer with input time delay not only at sampling instants but also the behavior of the system state during the sampling interval is optimal by minimizing the hybrid performance index. The digitally redesigned observer-based controller can closely match the states of the digitally redesigned uncertain sampled-data system with those of the original continuous-time observer-based controlled uncertain system with input time delay.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Control and Systems Engineering
- Theoretical Computer Science
- Information Systems
- Modelling and Simulation
- Computer Science Applications