We consider a class of linear dynamical systems containing uncertain elements and subject to uncertain inputs, and for which either uncertain state or output is available. We construct a feedback control, utilizing measured state or estimated state, which guarantees that every system response is ultimately bounded within a certain neighborhood of the zero state. Performance resulting from use of this control is compared with that due to the use of purely linear feedback control.

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