This investigation proposes a dynamic event-triggered-based
anti-disturbance control technique for the uncertain linear parameter
varying (LPV) systems subject to multiple disturbances. The disturbances
are comprised of two parts including the unavailable modeled
disturbances and the available unmodeled disturbances. First, an
observer is constructed to capture the unavailable modeled disturbances.
Then, a dynamic event-triggered-based feedback controller is proposed.
Further, under the developed event-triggered controller, sufficient
conditions are presented for the uncertain LPV systems to achieve the
multiple disturbances suppression and communication transmission
resources saving. In the end, the reasonability of the raised dynamic
event-triggered based anti-disturbance control scheme is verified by an
example of a turbofan.