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On P-type iterative learning control for nonlinear systems without global Lipschitz continuity condition

Y Tan, SP Yang, JX Xu

2015 American Control Conference (ACC) | IEEE | Published : 2015


© 2015 American Automatic Control Council. One of fundamental postulates in iterative learning control (ILC) is that the dynamic system needs to be globally Lipschitz continuous (GLC). While numerous successful practical implementations of ILC for various applications have been reported in the literature, many engineered systems do not satisfy this condition. This indicates that the GLC condition may not be a necessary condition when designing an ILC algorithm for an engineered system. This work demonstrates this idea by using a simple P-type ILC updating law. It is shown that the P-type ILC is applicable to very general class of nonlinear dynamic systems with new proof techniques. Therefore..

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