FINITE TIME STABILIZATION OF NON-AUTONOMOUS, NONLINEAR SECOND-ORDER SYSTEMS BASED ON MINIMUM TIME PRINCIPLE
Keywords:FTS, FINITE TIME STABILIZATION
This paper proposes a controller design method to stabilize a class of nonlinear, non-autonomous second-order systems in finite time. This method is developed based on exact-linearization and Pontryagin’s minimum time principle. It is shown that the system can be stabilized in a finite time of which the upper bound can be chosen according to the initial states of the system. Simulation results are given to validate the theoretical analysis
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