A robust fault-tolerant controller design for a class of two-dimensional discrete-time systems with mixed actuator faults, stochastic uncertainties and non-linear perturbation in delayed states is proposed in this study. The authors' aim is to investigate the stochastic stabilisation issue with an adequate level of an extended dissipative performance index where the considered system contains failures occurring among the pre-specified subset of actuators with admissible uncertainties. More precisely, the considered stochastic system uncertainties are assumed to follow mutually uncorrelated Bernoulli distributed sequences along with their probability rules. Furthermore, a practical actuator fault model consisting of both linear and nonlinear fault terms is proposed. By utilising some inequalities and extended dissipativity theory, the authors develop a robust stochastic stability criterion of the addressed system in the linear matrix inequality framework. Lastly, a simulation example is provided to verify the correctness and significance of the designed fault-tolerant control strategy.
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- Control and Systems Engineering
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Computer Science Applications
- Control and Optimization
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering