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We study in this paper the problem of robust and perfect tracking for discrete-time linear multivariable systems. By robust and perfect tracking, we mean the ability of a controller to track a given reference signal with arbitrarily small settling time in the face of external disturbances and...
The H 2 -norm control problem of discrete-time Markov jump linear systems is addressed in this paper when part of, or the total of the Markov states is not accessible to the controller. The non-observed part of the Markov states is grouped in a number of clusters of observations; the case with a...
In this paper, we present a singularity-free, rotor position tracking controller for the full order, nonlinear dynamic model of the induction motor that includes the effects of magnetic saturation. Specifically, by utilizing the π -equivalent saturation model, we design an observer/controller...
The property of decentralized integral controllability (DIC) is related to the concept of passivity in this note. A sufficient condition for DIC is proposed based on the passivity theorem and a computational method for testing DIC is presented.
We investigate the robust stabilization of a class of nonlinear systems in the presence of unmodeled actuator and sensor dynamics. We show that, given any globally bounded stabilizing state-feedback control, the closed-loop system performance can be recovered by a sufficiently fast high-gain...
This paper investigates iterative learning control for linear discrete time nonminimum phase systems. First, iterative learning control with advanced output data is considered for maximum phase systems. Next, the results are extended to nonminimum phase systems. The stability of the inverse...
An algorithm is proposed for generation of QFT controller bounds to achieve robust tracking specifications. The proposed algorithm uses quadratic constraints and interval plant templates to compute the bounds, and presents several improvements over existing QFT tracking bound generation...
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