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This paper investigates the prescribed performance control (PPC) problem for a class of nonlinear strict-feedback systems with sensor/actuator faults. A shifting function is introduced to modify the output tracking error generated by the practically measured system state, based on which an improved PPC method is proposed to achieve the convergence of output tracking error to the prescribed region, and this convergence is shown to be independent of the initial tracking condition and insusceptible to sensor/actuator faults.
Distribution grids are experiencing a massive penetration of fluctuating distributed energy resources (DERs). As a result, the real-time efficient and secure operation of distribution grids becomes a paramount problem. While installing smart sensors and enhancing communication infrastructure improves grid observability, it is computationally impossible for the distribution system operator (DSO) to optimize setpoints of millions of DER units.