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Wang, Jiqiang and Hu, Zhongzhi and Yue, Hong and Dimirovski, Georgi (2016) 非线性系统有限时间受限控制. In: The 35th Chinese Control Conference (CCC 2016), 2016-07-27 - 2016-07-30.

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Any realistic system is restricted in one form or another. One of the restrictions is the lack of sensors and actuators. This paper addresses the problem of restricted control of nonlinear systems with a finite time approach. Important results are obtained on the design of controllers for stabilizing nonlinear systems in a finite time. Practical issues on control implementation are also discussed. The proposed design method is validated through its application to a Lorenz chaotic system.