Stability in Time-Delay Systems: Quiet Standing Case Study

Fitri Yakub, Akira Kojima, Yasuchika Mori

Abstract


The analysis of linear time-delay systems has attracted much interest in the literature over last five decade. Two types of stability conditions, namely delay-independent which results guarantee stability for arbitrarily large delays and delay-dependent, results take into account the maximum delay that can be tolerated by the system and, thus, are more useful in applications. The stability in general for linear time-delay systems, can be checked exactly only by eigenvalue considerations. When reasonable chosen with intentional delays, case study effects on time-delay of ankle torque on the stability of quiet standing, it can be used to stabilize and improve the close-loop response of these systems.

Keywords


time-delay; stability; quiet standing; case study

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v2i1.264

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