Kristen Lagadec

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The design problem of a flight-control system on a large fly-by-wire airliner is to find combinations of actuator(s), power circuit(s), computer(s) for each movable, so as to fulfill the constraints imposed by the safety regulations, while keeping the resulting system weight as low as possible. The trend towards more electrical aircraft makes it harder and(More)
Mixed-μ analysis (hereafter also called worst-case analysis) techniques have become a powerful practice for supporting the control system design process on complex, multivariable, uncertain, time-varying and even non-linear systems. The motivation for the adaptation of such tools to space problems originated from the fact that large spacecraft or space(More)
Mixed-μ analysis (hereafter also called worst-case analysis) techniques have become a powerful practice for supporting the control system design process on complex, multivariable, uncertain, time-varying and even non-linear systems. The motivation for the adaptation of such tools to space problems originated from the fact that large spacecraft or(More)
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