In this paper, we consider the fault Detection and isolation (FDI) problem for faulty linear parameter-varying (LPV) systems subject to disturbances and propose a observer-based solution by using multiobjective optimization techniques. To simply the design process, a general faulty LPV system will be constructed from standard LPV description by converting actuator/system component faults into sensor faults at first. Then a bank of LPV FDI filters will be designed to identify each fault. Each FDI filter could generate a residual signal to track individual fault with minimum error and suppressing the effects of disturbances and other fault signals. The design of FDI filters will be formulated as multiobjective optimization problems in terms of linear matrix inequalities (LMIs) and can be solved efficiently. Two numerical examples are also presented to demonstrate the proposed fault detection and isolation approach on both LPV and LTI systems.

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