It was shown in  that for control-affine nonlinear systems, global asymptotic stabilizability via continuous state feedback implies global input-to-state stabilizability with respect to actuator disturbances. We show that the analogous result for sensor disturbances does not hold: we construct a second-order system which admits a continuous memoryless globally asymptotically stabilizing state feedback controller but for which no such controller can prevent finite escape times from every initial condition in the presence of small sensor disturbances.
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- Control and Systems Engineering
- Computer Science Applications
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering