Maple Toolbox for Switched Stabilizing Controller
This paper is celebrating the increment of interest in the application of computer algebra in control system analysis. A Maple toolbox for stabilizing state feedback controllers for a class of switched system is presented. The attention is focused on finding the existence of common Lyapunov function (CLFs), as this ensures stability for arbitrary switching sequences between several subsystems. The system considered here are restricted to second order linear systems. In order to find the common Lyapunov function and the ability of the Maple software, the toolbox is proved to be less computational demanding compared to a lot of methods that has been solved by Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMI).
Lyapunov function; stability; switched system
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