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Control System Design
From the Publisher: A key aspect of the book is the frequent use of real world design examples drawn directly from the authors' industrial experience. Expand
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Hankel-norm based interaction measure for input-output pairing
In this paper a new interaction measure for stable multivariablesystems is introduced.The interaction measure, the Hankel Interaction Index,is a dynamic extension of the underlying idea in theExpand
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MIMO interaction measure and controller structure selection
In this paper, a MIMO interaction measure is described and its use in structure selection of multivariable controllers is discussed. The proposal is built upon a gramian-based measure of interactionExpand
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Gramian based interaction measure
  • A. Conley, M. Salgado
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the 39th IEEE Conference on…
  • 12 December 2000
Stable multivariable systems are considered and a gramian based measure of dynamic channel interaction is proposed. Expand
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Potential benefits of hybrid control for linear time invariant plants
We show in this paper, via several examples, that hybrid control can indeed overcome certain types of limitation which are unavoidable if linear feedback control is used. Expand
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Modified least squares algorithm incorporating exponential resetting and forgetting
In this paper we present the general analysis of a class of least squares algorithms with emphasis on their dynamic performance particularly in the presence of poor excitation. The analysis isExpand
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Connection between continuous and discrete Riccati equations with applications to kalman filtering
The aim of the paper is to explore the relationship between the continuous-time Riccati equation and the corresponding discrete-time equation with fast sampling. The interconnection is established byExpand
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Mixed domain analysis of MIMO dynamic interactions
  • M. Salgado, J. Yuz
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Networking…
  • 15 April 2007
We show that dominant dynamic interactions in stable MIMO linear systems can be captured using a time domain characterisation and, via Parseval, a frequency domain interpretation, to obtain a participation matrix estimate directly from input-output data. Expand
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Frequency domain sensitivity functions for continuous time systems under sampled data control
Two new frequency domain sensitivity functions give qualitative and quantitative information regarding the continuous-time response of sampled data systems. Expand
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Performance limitations for linear feedback systems in the presence of plant uncertainty
The goal of this paper is to contribute to the understanding of fundamental performance limits for feedback control systems in the presence of plant uncertainty. Expand
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