[BK21Plus 해외석학 초빙 세미나] Analysis and Design on Dynamical Systems with Hybrid Structure

  • 작성자 : BK21 관리자
  • 작성일 : 2014.06.11
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일시: 2014년  6월 14일 토요일 (오전 11:30)

장소: 공학관 167호

강사: Prof. Peng Shi (The University of Adelaide, Australia)

 

Title: Analysis and Design on Dynamical Systems with Hybrid Structure

 

Abstract:

  A large class of dynamical systems has variable structures subject to deterministic or random changes, which may result from the abrupt phenomena such as component and interconnection failures, parameters shifting, tracking, and the time required to measure some of the variables at different stages. Systems with this character may be modelled as hybrid ones, that is, to the continuous state variable, a discrete variable called the mode, or operating form, is appended. The mode describes the changes or random jumps of the system parameters and the occurrence of discontinuities. On the other hand, in order to control the behavior of a system, we should capture the system's salient features in a mathematical model. Indeed, any model of practical systems almost always contains some type of uncertainty. So the modelling and design should take into account the uncertainty inherent to a model of the system in order to maintain stability and performance specifications in the presence of these uncertainties.

  In this talk, the nature of hybrid dynamical systems will be explored, and some design techniques for such systems with uncertainties will be presented.

 

Speaker Bio:

•PhD,  The University of Newcastle and University of South Australia, Australia.

•ME, Harbin University of Engineering, China.

•BSc, Harbin Institute of Technology, China.

•Fellow of the IET and the IMA

•Senior Member of the IEEE

•Associate editor or editorial board member

  Automatica; IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control; IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems;

  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics-Part B (on Cybernetics now);

  IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-I; IEEE Access; Information Sciences; etc.