Coefficient Diagram Method in Mimo Application: an Aerospace Case Study

  title={Coefficient Diagram Method in Mimo Application: an Aerospace Case Study},
  author={Shunji Manabe},
The longitudinal control of the fighter with dual control surfaces is a typical MIMO control problem, where various modern control design techniques are employed. Although Coefficient Diagram Method (CDM) is proven effective in SISO or SIMO control design, the concrete procedure for MIMO design is not established yet. A trial design by CDM is made for this MIMO problem and the result is compared with the standard H-inf design. Copyright © 2005 IFAC 

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