Oguzhan Cifdaloz

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— This paper addresses designing finite dimensional linear time invariant (LTI) controllers for infinite dimensional LTI plants subject to H ∞ mixed-sensitivity performance objectives and convex constraints. Specifically, we focus on designing control systems for two classes of systems which are generally described by hyperbolic partial differential(More)
A critical challenge faced by sustainability science is to develop strategies to cope with highly uncertain social and ecological dynamics. This article explores the use of the robust control framework toward this end. After briefly outlining the robust control framework, we apply it to the traditional Gordon-Schaefer fishery model to explore fundamental(More)
Change in freshwater availability is arguably one of the most pressing issues associated with global change. Agriculture, which uses roughly 70% of the total global freshwater supply, figures prominently among sectors that may be adversely affected by global change. Of specific concern are small-scale agricultural systems that make up nearly 90% of all(More)
In this paper, we examine the control of a scramjet-powered hypersonic vehicle with significant aeroelastic-propulsion interactions. Such vehicles are characterized by open loop unstable non-minimum phase dynamics, low frequency aero-elastic modes, significant coupling, and hard constraints (e.g. control surface deflection limits, thrust margin). Within(More)
This paper presents a framework for the study of policy implementation in highly uncertain natural resource systems in which uncertainty cannot be characterized by probability distributions. We apply the framework to parametric uncertainty in the traditional Gordon–Schaefer model of a fishery to illustrate how performance can be sacrificed (traded-off) for(More)
— This paper examines the design of digital com-pensators for high frequency switching dc-dc buck converters. While a high sampling frequency is desirable for digital controllers to minimize intersample effects and recover the performance of the analog compensator (e.g. regulation, robustness with respect input voltage and load fluctuations), finite(More)
— This paper shows how convex optimization may be used to design near-optimal finite-dimensional compen-sators for stable linear time invariant (LTI) infinite dimensional plants. The infinite dimensional plant is approximated by a finite dimensional transfer function matrix. The Youla parameterization is used to parameterize the set of all stabilizing LTI(More)
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