Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control
Abstract:This paper is concerned with the synthesis of a mixed H2/H robust static output feedback with a bounded control bandwidth for continuous-time uncertainty systems. To this end, genetic algorithms and a linear matrix inequality solver are employed to regulate the static output feedback gains and to examine the Lyapunov stability conditions, respectively. The fitness function of this paper, which is called a hierarchical fitness function structure (HFFS), is able to deal with the stability conditions and the performance constraints in turn. This HFFS not only saves computing time but can also identify the infeasible stability condition. Designers can use the proposed idea to deal with many complex output feedback control problems. It also limits elaborate mathematical derivations and extra constraints.