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Engineering and Technology
D-index
30
Citations
7,405
187
World Ranking
7197
National Ranking
2351

- Control theory
- Mathematical analysis
- Artificial intelligence

His primary areas of study are Control theory, Exponential stability, Hybrid system, Robustness and Lyapunov function. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Control engineering and Control theory. His research in Exponential stability intersects with topics in Timer, Stability theory, Observer, Convex optimization and Variable.

His study in Hybrid system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dynamical systems theory, Stability, Convergence, Applied mathematics and Differential inclusion. His Dynamical systems theory research integrates issues from Structure, Computational science and Matlab simulink. His Lyapunov function research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nonlinear control and Automatic control.

- Hybrid dynamical systems (1259 citations)
- Hybrid Dynamical Systems: Modeling, Stability, and Robustness (680 citations)
- Invariance Principles for Hybrid Systems With Connections to Detectability and Asymptotic Stability (258 citations)

Ricardo G. Sanfelice mostly deals with Control theory, Hybrid system, Exponential stability, Robustness and Dynamical systems theory. His biological study deals with issues like Control engineering, which deal with fields such as Control algorithm. His Hybrid system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lyapunov stability, Stability, Stability theory, Observer and Applied mathematics.

His work deals with themes such as Control system, Convergence, Linear system and Timer, which intersect with Exponential stability. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rate of convergence, Quaternion and State observer, Nonlinear system. His Dynamical systems theory research incorporates themes from Temporal logic, Mathematical analysis, State and Control-Lyapunov function.

- Control theory (63.50%)
- Hybrid system (58.56%)
- Exponential stability (39.16%)

- Hybrid system (58.56%)
- Control theory (63.50%)
- Dynamical systems theory (21.29%)

Hybrid system, Control theory, Dynamical systems theory, Exponential stability and Applied mathematics are his primary areas of study. Ricardo G. Sanfelice has researched Hybrid system in several fields, including Observer, Closed set, State and Infinitesimal. His Control theory research focuses on subjects like Model predictive control, which are linked to Optimal control.

His Dynamical systems theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Flow, Topology, Stability theory and Temporal logic. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Exponential stability, concentrating on Robustness and intersecting with Compact space, Obstacle avoidance, Nonlinear system and Algorithm. His work in Applied mathematics covers topics such as Pointwise which are related to areas like Differential equation.

- Robust Distributed Estimation for Linear Systems Under Intermittent Information (19 citations)
- Forward Invariance of Sets for Hybrid Dynamical Systems (Part II) (16 citations)
- Finite time stability of sets for hybrid dynamical systems (15 citations)

- Control theory
- Mathematical analysis
- Artificial intelligence

Ricardo G. Sanfelice mainly focuses on Hybrid system, Exponential stability, Applied mathematics, Robustness and Dynamical systems theory. The various areas that he examines in his Hybrid system study include Lyapunov stability, Closed set, Zeno's paradoxes and Observer. His Exponential stability study results in a more complete grasp of Control theory.

The Linear system, Control theory and Control system research he does as part of his general Control theory study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Asynchronous communication, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Ricardo G. Sanfelice has included themes like Flow, Algorithm, Obstacle avoidance and Regular polygon in his Robustness study. His Dynamical systems theory study also includes

- Optimal control that connect with fields like Discretization,
- Model predictive control and related Control engineering, Feedback controller and Range,
- Function that intertwine with fields like Bellman equation and Stability theory.

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Hybrid dynamical systems

Rafal Goebel;Ricardo G. Sanfelice;Andrew Teel.

IEEE Control Systems Magazine **(2009)**

2385 Citations

Hybrid Dynamical Systems: Modeling, Stability, and Robustness

Rafal Goebel;Ricardo G. Sanfelice;Andrew R. Teel.

**(2012)**

806 Citations

Invariance Principles for Hybrid Systems With Connections to Detectability and Asymptotic Stability

R.G. Sanfelice;R. Goebel;A.R. Teel.

IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control **(2007)**

307 Citations

Quaternion-Based Hybrid Control for Robust Global Attitude Tracking

C. G. Mayhew;R. G. Sanfelice;A. R. Teel.

IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control **(2011)**

273 Citations

Hybrid systems: Generalized solutions and robust stability

Rafal Goebel;Joao Hespanha;Andrew R. Teel;Chaohong Cai.

IFAC Proceedings Volumes **(2004)**

241 Citations

Optimal control of Mixed Logical Dynamical systems with Linear Temporal Logic specifications

S. Karaman;R.G. Sanfelice;E. Frazzoli.

conference on decision and control **(2008)**

147 Citations

A toolbox for simulation of hybrid systems in matlab/simulink: hybrid equations (HyEQ) toolbox

Ricardo Sanfelice;David Copp;Pablo Nanez.

international conference on hybrid systems computation and control **(2013)**

141 Citations

On the performance of high-gain observers with gain adaptation under measurement noise

Ricardo G. Sanfelice;Laurent Praly.

Automatica **(2011)**

132 Citations

Robust global asymptotic attitude stabilization of a rigid body by quaternion-based hybrid feedback

Christopher G. Mayhew;Ricardo G. Sanfelice;Andrew R. Teel.

conference on decision and control **(2009)**

98 Citations

GENERALIZED SOLUTIONS TO HYBRID DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS

Ricardo G. Sanfelice;Rafal Goebel;Andrew R. Teel.

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations **(2008)**

92 Citations

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Publications: 22

Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.

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