A design method for H∞-compensators is presented for linear multivariable plants. The advantages of a compensator with two degrees of freedom are applied, and the intuitive method using transfer and polynomial matrices is pursued. With the introduction of an interval arithmetic, the numerical obstacles are avoided, and a numerical stable design tool is offered. The tool was then tested on a single engine VISTA F-16 supersonic test vehicle.
Reliable Computing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 14, 2004
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