# Command filter-based adaptive neural tracking control of nonlinear systems with multiple actuator constraints and disturbances

*Complex Eng Syst*2024;4:5.

## Abstract

In this paper, the adaptive practical finite-time tracking control problem for a class of strictly feedback nonlinear systems with multiple actuator constraints is investigated using backstepping techniques and practical finite-time stability theory. The effects of deadband and saturated nonlinear constraints on the controller design of nonlinear systems are addressed by the equivalent transformation method. The problem of complexity explosion due to the derivatives of virtual control signals is solved by using the virtual control signals as inputs to the command filters and using the outputs of the command filters to perform the corresponding control tasks. An adaptive neural network tracking backstepping control strategy based on the command filter technique and the backstepping design algorithm is proposed by approximating an unknown nonlinear function using a neural network. The control strategy ensures the boundedness of all variables in the closed-loop system, and the output tracking error fluctuates in a small region near the origin. Finally, simulations verify the effectiveness of the control strategy designed in this paper.

## Keywords

*,*actuator constraint

*,*command filtering

*,*neural network

*,*adaptive

## 1. INTRODUCTION

The control theory of nonlinear systems has been widely developed in the past two decades, and how to design controllers that are more reasonable and meaningful for nonlinear systems has gradually become an active topic, such as the design of tracking control for nonlinear systems^{[1–4]}. The backstepping method is a practical approach to nonlinear control problems and was proposed by Kanellakopoulos *et al*. at the end of the last century^{[5]}. Combining the backstepping method with the fuzzy or neural adaptive technique yields an effective control tool for solving uncertain nonlinear systems^{[6]}. Due to the Characteristics of the adaptive backstepping method, it is possible to achieve asymptotic sedimentation of nonlinear systems and guarantee boundedness of the signal under parameter uncertainty, which has led to many fruitful results^{[7–9]}. The adaptive neural fault-tolerant decentralized tracking control problem for switching stochastic uncertain nonlinear systems has been studied in the literature^{[10]}. The article^{[11]} investigates the design of discounted iterative adaptive critic for tracking control of affine nonlinear systems by introducing a new cost function. The authors^{[12]} investigate the output consensus control of heterogeneous multiagent systems (MASs) by designing a distributed adaptive observer for each follower and introducing an additional tracking error observer. The article^{[13]} deals with the attitude and vibration problems of flexible spacecraft simultaneously by proposing a novel adaptive control strategy. In the literature^{[14]}, adaptive tracking control of nonlinear systems with unknown input constraints and unpredictable variables is studied. In the literature^{[15]}, a controller design strategy based on separation of variables is designed for non-strict feedback nonlinear systems. The neural adaptive FTC technique allows the controlled system to achieve good tracking performance in finite time, and the whole variables of the closed-loop system are bounded^{[16]}. The article^{[17]} addresses the problem of finite-time control of non-triangular uncertain stochastic nonlinear systems. The authors^{[18]} investigate adaptive finite-time control for nonlinear systems with input quantization and full-state constraints.

Although the fuzzy/neural adaptive inversion algorithm is one of the most general methods for controller design of nonlinear systems and has solved many problems in the field of control^{[19]}. However, it should be noted that since the virtual control inputs in the controller design process need to be differentiated and iterated repeatedly, the design of controllers for nonlinear systems using adaptive inversion algorithms will become more and more computationally intensive along with the increase in the order of the system, a phenomenon we refer to as "complexity explosion"^{[20]}. In order to solve the defect of "complexity explosion" of traditional backstepping algorithms, two methods of dynamic surface control (DSC)^{[21]} and command filter backstepping control^{[22]} have emerged. However, as DSC ignores the errors introduced by the filter, it affects the control accuracy of the controlled system^{[23]}. Since then, the backstepping command filtering method has been combined with the adaptive technique to achieve significant results in eliminating the filter errors^{[24,25]}. The article^{[26]} investigates the work on life prediction of lithium-ion batteries using adaptive techniques and filtering methods. In this article, the problem of tracking control of uncertain higher-order nonlinear systems with input saturation is investigated based on the command filtering technique^{[27]}.

Compared with asymptotic sedimentation methods, finite-time control methods have the advantages of fast convergence, high accuracy, good performance, and robustness to uncertainty and have achieved fruitful results^{[28]}. In practical engineering applications, nonlinear problems, such as hysteresis, deadband, saturation, and external disturbances, often occur. Deadband and saturation, as non-smooth functions, have a large impact on system control performance. Therefore, special attention should be paid to the controller design process of nonlinear systems. Li *et al*. combined the obstacle Lyapunov function with an adaptive backstepping control method to solve a FTC problem for nonlinear systems with dead zones^{[29]}. In recent years, many effective results have emerged for nonlinear systems with different input constraints^{[30,31]}. However, to our knowledge, few research results use a combination of neural adaption and command filtering to solve simultaneous input deadband, saturation, and nonlinear disturbances. Therefore, it is an interesting task to study finite-time stabilized controllers for nonlinear systems with simultaneous multiple input constraints and Nonlinear disturbances.

In summary, it can be seen that external disturbances and the presence of input constraints on the actuator can have a significant impact on system control performance and safety, especially in control processes, such as Mars drones far from Earth and chemical reactions with major safety incidents. Therefore, in this paper, for a class of uncertain nonlinear systems with multiple actuator constraints and external disturbances, a practical adaptive neural network (NN) FTC method is designed to reduce the effects of actuators and disturbances on the tracking performance of the system. Compared with the current research results, the main contributions can be summarized as follows:

**1:** In this paper, the problem of adaptive NN backstepping control for nonlinear systems with multiple actuator constraints and external disturbances is investigated by combining neural adaptive and command filtering techniques. Under the combined influence of multiple actuator constraints and external disturbances, the controller design task is accomplished, and good tracking control performance is achieved.

**2:** The use of command filtering and compensation mechanisms solves the complexity explosion problem while eliminating the effect of filtering errors. Deadband and saturation are grouped into one model, simplifying the difficult problem of designing controllers under multiple constraints.

**3:** With the control method used in this paper, all signals of the controlled system are bounded, which meets the realistic requirements of the actual physical control process, and the output tracking error can be quickly converged to within a bounded and adjustable tight set in finite time.

The rest of this paper is described below. Section 2 provides an introduction to the problem description and preparatory knowledge. Section 3 presents the controller design and stability analysis of the adaptive NN tracking control. Section 4 gives the numerical simulations and the result analysis. Finally, Section 5 analyzes and concludes the paper.

## 2. PROBLEM FORMULATION AND PRELIMINARIES

In this section, the system model and NN and preparatory knowledge are described. For convenience, the following notations are used in this paper.

### 2.1. System model

Consider the following strictly feedback nonlinear system^{[32]}.

in which

where

### 2.2. Mathematical preparation

The objective of this paper is to design a new finite-time tracking control algorithm for nonlinear systems with tight feedback so that the system output can trace the wanted trajectory signal in finite time and all the variables of the considered system are well bounded, so the below assumptions and lemmas are implemented without loss of generality.

**Assumption 1:**^{[33]} The positive and negative slopes of the dead zone and saturation nonlinear models are equal; i.e.,

**Remark 1:** In real production process environments, special requirements are usually imposed on the inputs to the system actuators, such as controlling the maximum amplitude of the inputs within a certain range and avoiding fluctuations near zero as much as possible in order to minimize the consumption. Deadband and saturation constraints are direct manifestations of the above problems in real physical systems. In order to place limits on the control inputs and retain the control capability of the controller, the parameters associated with the deadband and saturation models must be bounded; otherwise, the controller will lose its control capability. For example, if

**Assumption 2:**^{[34]} The anticipated tracking trace signal

**Remark 2:** Consider the actual situation; the control input signal

in which

**Lemma 1:**^{[35]} In this paper, RBF NNs will be utilized to approximate unknown nonlinear functions. For a continuous function

where

**Lemma 2:**^{[36]} The filters used in this paper are described as follows

where

**Remark 3:** In the process of designing a controller using the backstepping method, the computational burden of the controller design increases dramatically with the system scale due to the repeated differentiation of the virtual control inputs. In order to overcome this complexity explosion, this paper uses the command filtering technique to perform filtering operations on the virtual control signals in order to eliminate the repetitive differentiation of the virtual control signals. The virtual control signal is used as the input to the command filter, and a good filtered output signal can be obtained by adjusting the

**Lemma 3:**^{[37]} For any positive constants

**Lemma 4:**^{[38]} Consider a dynamic system

Then, the output of this system

in which

**Remark 4:** The above Lemma 4 gives a practical finite-time stability criterion for nonlinear systems. Next, this paper will use Lemma 4 as a basis for designing command-filtered adaptive NN tracking controllers for strict-feedback nonlinear systems with dead-zone and saturation constraints.

## 3. CONTROLLER DESIGN AND STABILITY ANALYSIS

### 3.1. Finite-time controller design

In this subsection, an adaptive NN controller will be designed for system 1 by backstepping algorithms. The controller will handle both the tracking performance of the system and the boundedness of the variables. Moreover, the complexity explosion of the classical backstepping algorithm is conquered by the command filtering method. The controller consists of some basic stages, and the design is built on the following coordinate transformation

in which

**Remark 5:** Note that the command filter will increase the operational burden of the actuator due to the error defect introduced. To address this drawback, a compensation signal will be designed to compensate for the tracking error

In addition, in order to reduce the computation of controller design, the following compensation tracking error is constructed based on the idea of coordinate transformation:

where

**Step 1:** With the aid of (1), (12), and (13), the following equation can be obtained

Select a Lyapunov function

where

Taking the time derivative of

where

where

where

Next, the virtual controller is introduced as

where

With the aid of (17)–(20), the following inequality holds

Then, building an adaptive law

Thus, on the basis of the above equation, the following inequality holds

**Step i:** With the aid of (1), (12), and (13), similar to step 1 as

Select a Lyapunov function

where

Then, similarly to step 1, the following inequality holds

in which

Combining Young's inequality, the following inequality holds

where

Next, the virtual controller is introduced as

where

**Step n:** With the aid of (1), (12), and (13), one can get the derivative of

Select a Lyapunov function

Then, we obtain the

where

where

Now, as obtained from Remark 2, the actual control signal

where

Algorithm 1 Proposed Control Algorithm |

1: Initialize: |

2: whiledo |

3: Choose the Lyapunov function |

4: Approximating the nonlinear function in |

5: Constructing the virtual controller |

6: whiledo |

7: Take the virtual control signal |

8: end while |

9: Construct the compensation signal |

10: Choose the adaptive laws |

11: end while |

12: return |

### 3.2. Stability analysis

Now, after the above n-step controller design, the controller construction has been completed. This section will be concluded by the following theorem.

**Theorem 1:** For the uncertain nonlinear system (1) that meets the conditions of Assumptions 1 and 2, under adopting the controller (19), (28), (37) and the adaptive law (30), the controlled system is practically finite-time stable, and the signals of the system are bounded almost surely.

**Proof:** Recalling the definition

With the aid of (41), yields

where

By applying Lemma 3, the following equation can be obtained

where

With the aid of (41)-(43), the following equation can be obtained

in which

By using the formulation of Theorem 4, it can be easily obtained that the system (1) considered in this paper is practically finite-time stable and converges to the following compact set

where

Since the boundedness of the error

According to (20), (29), and (38), the derivative of

Based on Young's inequality, it yields

where

in which

From the above discussion, it can be concluded that

By the above description, it is proven to be completed. For a clearer understanding of the controller designed in this paper and to facilitate the simulation design in the next section, the adaptive NN command filtering control algorithm scheme is shown in Figure 2 and Algorithm 1.

## 4. SIMULATION

In the above formulation of the paper, the research work has been completed. In this section, the simulation verification of the designed finite-time controller will be done using matlab.

**Example 1:** The following second-order nonlinear system is used as the simulation object:

where

The relationship between the actual input signal

The control law, the adaptive law, and its related parameters are designed as follows:

Since RBF NNs have excellent approximation performance, they are often used as approximate models for unknown nonlinearities. In the present study, the RBF NNs are used to approximate the unknown nonlinear term

where

The simulation results in this example are presented in Figure 3, Figure 4, and Figure 5. Figure 4A illustrates the trajectory of the system output and reference signals. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the controller designed in this paper, the control strategy from the literature^{[38]} is used as a comparison to plot its system output tracking curve as trajectory ^{[38]} using DSC. Figure 4B demonstrates the tracking error trajectory plots of the control strategy and the comparison control scheme in this paper. It is obvious from Figure 4 that the command filtered adaptive controller designed in this paper has better tracking performance and smaller tracking errors.

Figure 5. (A) State variable

Figure 3A illustrates the trajectory of the controller signals and control inputs. After the dead zone and saturated nonlinear constraints, the amplitude of the control input becomes smaller and the input curve becomes smoother, which meets the actual needs of the real physical system. Figure 3B illustrates the trajectory of the adaptive parameters

**Example 2:** In this section, a single-link manipulator system containing stochastic perturbations is used as an example to demonstrate the effectiveness and practicality of the designed controller. The single-link manipulator system schematic is exhibited in Figure 6A. The single-link manipulator system dynamic model^{[39]} is given as:

in which

Example 2 Parameters of a single-link robotic arm system

Parameter | Description | Value |

torsion coefficient | ||

mess of the link | 1 kg | |

acceleration of gravity | ||

length of the connecting rod | 1 m | |

coefficient of friction |

We can rewrite the system (56) as follows:

where

The control law, the adaptive law, and its related parameters are designed as follows:

The simulation results in this example are presented in Figure 6, Figure 7, and Figure 8. Figure 7A displays the trajectory of the system output and reference signals for the control scheme in this paper and the control strategy in the literature^{[38]}. The tracking errors of the control strategies in this paper and the comparative literature are plotted in Figure 7B. Figure 7 demonstrates that the control strategy, using command filters and compensation mechanisms in this paper, has better tracking performance and smaller tracking errors. Figure 8A demonstrates the controller trajectory and the trajectory of the control input, from which it is clear that after the deadband and saturation constraints, the control input amplitude is greatly reduced while ensuring good tracking performance.

In order to demonstrate the robustness and stability of the adaptive NN tracking control algorithm proposed in this paper, perturbations

From the simulation results shown in this section, it is easy to see that by applying the finite-time NN tracking controller designed in this paper and choosing appropriate parameters, the system can obtain good tracking performance when all signals are bounded and the actual control inputs satisfy the deadband and saturation constraints, and the use of command filters and compensation mechanisms overcomes the problem of exploding computational complexity due to the derivation of the virtual control signals, which proves the practicability and validity of the controller we designed.

## 5. CONCLUSIONS

In real production process environments, special requirements are usually imposed on system actuator inputs, such as limiting the maximum amplitude of the inputs to a certain range to ensure safe and reliable operation of the system and avoiding fluctuations of the control inputs near zero as much as possible to minimize consumption and reduce actuator losses. Deadband and saturation constraints are specific manifestations of the above problems in real physical systems, which are commonly found in many practical systems, such as unmanned aircraft systems, electromechanical systems, and robotic systems. In order to solve the effects of multi-actuator constraints and external disturbances on nonlinear systems, an adaptive NN finite time tracking controller based on command filtering is designed in this paper. The effects of dead zones and saturated nonlinear constraints on the controller design are eliminated through an equivalent transformation. Using the command filtering technique, the problem of exploding computational complexity due to virtual control signal derivatives is overcome while accomplishing the virtual controller control task. The controller can guarantee the boundedness of all signals in the controlled system, and the output of the system can quickly track the desired reference trajectory. Simulation results verify the effectiveness and rationality of the designed control strategy.

## DECLARATIONS

### Acknowledgments

Special thanks to the School of Information and Control Engineering, Qingdao University of Technology, China, for providing technical support for this research.

### Authors' contributions

Made substantial contributions to the conception and design of the study and performed validation analysis and interpretation: Li Y (Li Yinguang), Zhang J

Provided simulation design and administrative and technical support: Li Y (Li Yang)

### Financial support and sponsorship

This work was supported in part by the National Natural Science Foundation (62203247) from China.

### Availability of data and materials

Not applicable.

### Conflicts of interest

All authors declared that there are no conflicts of interest.

### Ethical approval and consent to participate

Not applicable.

### Consent for publication

Not applicable.

### Copyright

© The Author(s) 2024.

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