Автор(ы): Рапопорт Л. Б. (ИПУ РАН, Лаборатория 16)Автор(ов): 1 Параметры публикацииТип публикации: ДокладНазвание: Periodic motions for estimation of the attraction domainin the wheeled robot stabilization problemЭлектронная публикация: ДаISBN/ISSN: 978-3-902661-93-7Наименование конференции: 18th IFAC World Congress (Milano, Italy, 2011)Наименование источника: Proceedings of the 18th IFAC World Congress (Milano, 2011)Город: MilanИздательство: ElsevierГод издания: 2011Страницы: 5878-5883 АннотацияIn this paper the extremum periodic trajectory of the two-dimensional linear time-varying (LTV) system is used to estimate boundary of the attraction domain in the problem of the wheeled robot control. The motion is supposed to be planar without a lateral slippage. The control goal is to drive the target point of the robot platform to the specified trajectory and to stabilize the motion along it. The trajectory consists of line segments and circular arcs. The current curvature of the trajectory of the target point is taken as control. The control must satisfy two-sided constraints. The attraction domain must be inscribed into certain region of the 'distance to the trajectory - orientation' phase space. Time-varying curvature of the target trajectory is considered as arbitrary varying function which takes values from the specified interval. The feedback linearization scheme is used for synthesis of the control low. The 'saturation function' is then used to take into account control constraints. The closed loop system takes form of the nonlinear system with parametric disturbances. The absolute stability approach is explored for stability analysis. Some nonlinearities take values from the interval. Other nonlinearities satisfy sector constraints. Along with the nonlinear time-varying system the uncertain linear time varying system is considered. Every solution of the nonlinear system is also solution of the time varying system for certain set of time-varying disturbances. To estimate the attraction domain of the nonlinear closed loop system, the Lyapunov function for the LTV system is constructed. A convex invariant function is known to exist at the boundary of the absolute stability region. For the second order case, the extremum trajectory, corresponding to the boundary of the absolute stability region, belongs to the level set of the invariant function. The periodic solution has finite number of switches on the period. It circumscribes the boundary of the attraction domain estimate. Two illustrative examples are considered. Библиографическая ссылка: Рапопорт Л.Б. Periodic motions for estimation of the attraction domainin the wheeled robot stabilization problem / Proceedings of the 18th IFAC World Congress (Milano, 2011). Milano: Elsevier, 2011. С. 5878-5883.