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We derive sufficient conditions for the global dynamic feedback stabilizability problem for a wide class of triangular systems, whose inverse dynamics satisfy the input to state stability condition. The results of this paper have originally appeared in the Proceedings of NOLCOS’95 pp. 215–220...
This paper considers the problem of designing a single static output feedback stabilizing controller for a finite set of linear systems. For this purpose, a set of square (equal number of inputs and outputs) minimum phase systems is considered. Using the notions of quadratic stabilizability, the...
A dominant internal model approach is proposed according to the dynamic characteristics of an engineering structure in frequency domain. Thus, the multi-step ahead prediction of the structural response to external excitation can be realized by using its dominant internal model polynomial, and...
Dynamic positioning (DP) and tracking systems for ships are usually designed under the assumption that the kinematic equations can be linearized about a set of predefined constant yaw angles, typically 36 operating points in steps of 10°, to cover the whole heading envelope. This is necessary...
This paper provides a parameterization of all output feedback periodic controllers providing closed loop invariant polynomials varying over some assigned polytopes for linear discrete-time periodic plants. Using the notion of time-invariant system associated to a periodic system, the...
The paper considers the output feedback robust stabilizability problem for uncertain dynamical systems. The uncertain system under consideration is a composite of a continuous-time plant and a switched controller. A necessary and sufficient condition of absolute stabilizability is given in terms...
The finite-horizon optimal compensation problem is considered in the case of linear time-varying discrete-time systems with deterministic and white stochastic parameters and quadratic criteria. The dimensions of the compensator are a priori fixed and may be time varying. Also the dimensions of...
This paper shows that the full covariance matrix can be replaced by its main diagonal in maximum likelihood estimation (MLE) of linear dynamic systems in the time or frequency domain without affecting the asymptotic properties. This is a very important result for frequency-domain identification...
The system modeled by an axially moving string and a mass-damper-spring (MDS) controller applied at the right-hand side (RHS) boundary of the string is considered. The feature of the controller is not restricted at all, and is determined by the system implicitly. The mathematical model of this...
This paper presents a universal output-feedback tracking strategy for minimum phase linear systems of arbitrary but known relative degree with a class of nonlinear perturbations and output measurement noises. Some information, such as the state dimension, the sign of high-frequency gain and the...
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