Active fault detection and control: Unified formulation and optimal design

  title={Active fault detection and control: Unified formulation and optimal design},
  author={Miroslav Simandl and Ivo Puncoch{\'a}r},
A new unified formulation of the active fault detection and control problem for discrete-time stochastic systems and its optimal solution are proposed. The problem formulation stems from the optimal stochastic control problem and includes important special cases: an active detector and controller, an active detector and input signal generator, and an active detector with a given input signal generator. The optimal solution is derived using the so-called closed loop information processing… CONTINUE READING
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