We study passification-based adaptive control of minimum-phase systems with sampled measurements. First, we remove the “relative degree one” assumption previously imposed in Selivanov et al. (2015). To achieve this, we introduce the shunting method that allows to obtain hyper-minimum-phase augmented system, which is further stabilized by a passification-based adaptive controller. Second, we introduce a switching event-triggering mechanism to reduce the number of transmitted measurements. The advantage of adaptive control and the benefit of the switching approach are demonstrated by an example of adaptive flight control.
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- Control and Systems Engineering