Megumi Matsutani

Learn More
— Robust adaptive control of scalar plants in the presence of time-delays is established in this paper. It is shown that a standard adaptive controller with a projection algorithm ensures global boundedness of the overall adaptive system for a range of non-zero delays. The upper bound of such delays, i.e. the delay margin, is explicitly computed.
— A long standing problem in adaptive control is the derivation of robustness properties in the presence of unmodeled dynamics, a necessary and highly desirable property for designing adaptive flight control for systems with trustable autonomy. We provide a solution to this problem in this paper for linear time-invariant plants whose states are accessible(More)
Article is made available in accordance with the publisher's policy and may be subject to US copyright law. Please refer to the publisher's site for terms of use. The MIT Faculty has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. Abstract: Robust adaptive control of scalar plants in the presence of(More)
— Robust adaptive control for plants whose state variables are accessible in the presence of time-delays is established in this paper. It is shown that a standard adaptive controller with a projection algorithm ensures global bound-edness of the overall adaptive system for a range of non-zero delays. The upper bound of such delays, i.e. the delay margin, is(More)
  • 1