Abstract

In this paper, we investigate the event-triggered boundary feedback control problem for an unstable time fractional wave equation with unknown perturbation at the boundary. To cope with the instability of system when there is no disturbance, the backstepping method is adopted to convert the original unstable system into a stable system. An UDE-based estimator based on low-pass filter is proposed to estimate unknown time-varying input disturbance. With the estimation of disturbance, the event-triggered boundary feedback controller is proposed. It is shown that the event-triggered strategy could asymptotically stabilize system and a positive lower bounded of minimum inter-event time is ensured to exclude the Zeno phenomenon.

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