In this paper, the regulation problem of a class of nonlinear singularly perturbed discrete-time systems is investigated. Using the theory of singular perturbations and time scales, the nonlinear system is decoupled into reduced-order slow and fast (boundary layer) subsystems. Then, a composite controller consisting of two sub-controllers for the slow and fast subsystems is developed using the discrete-time state-dependent Riccati equation (D-SDRE). It is proved that the equilibrium point of the original closed-loop system with a composite controller is locally asymptotically stable. Moreover, the region of attraction of the closed-loop system is estimated by using linear matrix inequality. One example is given to illustrate the effectiveness of the results obtained.
- Asymptotically stability
- Composite control
- Discrete-time nonlinear singularly perturbed systems
- Optimal control
- State-dependent Riccati equation