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The problem of Linear Multivariable State Space model identification from input-output data can under the presence of process-and measurement noise be solved in a non-iterative way when incorporating instrumental variables constructed from both input and output sequences in the recently developed class of multivariable output-error state space model class… (More)

The problem of MIMO recursive identiication is considered and analyzed within the framework of subspace-based state space system identiication (4SID). With respect to previous contributions to this area, in this paper the use of recent signal processing algorithms for the recursive update of the SVD is proposed. To accommodate for arbitrary correlation of… (More)

In this paper a new iterative approach to probabilistic robust controller design is presented, which is applicable to any robust controller/filter design problem that can be represented as an LMI feasibility problem. Recently, a probabilistic Subgradient Iteration algorithm was proposed for solving LMIs. It transforms the initial feasibility problem to an… (More)

—We consider the problem of designing distributed controllers for a class of systems which can be obtained from the interconnection of a number of identical subsystems. If the state space matrices of these systems satisfy a certain structural property, then it is possible to derive a procedure for designing a distributed controller which has the same… (More)

The problem of designing a globally optimal full-order output-feedback controller for polytopic uncertain systems is known to be a non-convex NP-hard optimization problem, that can be represented as a bilinear matrix inequality optimization problem for most design objectives. In this paper a new approach is proposed to the design of locally optimal… (More)

— Subspace identification can be used to obtain models of piecewise linear state-space systems for which the switching is known. The models should not switch faster than the block size of the Hankel matrices used. The nonconsecutive parts of the input and output data that correspond to one of the local linear systems can be used to obtain the system… (More)