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Adaptive Systems with Closed-loop Reference Models: Stability, Robustness and Transient Performance

@article{Gibson2012AdaptiveSW,
  title={Adaptive Systems with Closed-loop Reference Models: Stability, Robustness and Transient Performance},
  author={T. Gibson and A. Annaswamy and E. Lavretsky},
  journal={arXiv: Optimization and Control},
  year={2012}
}
This paper explores the properties of adaptive systems with closed-loop reference models. Using additional design freedom available in closed-loop reference models, we design new adaptive controllers that are (a) stable, and (b) have improved transient properties. Numerical studies that complement theoretical derivations are also reported. 

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