Digital design of adaptive repetitive control of linear systems with time-varying periodic disturbances

  title={Digital design of adaptive repetitive control of linear systems with time-varying periodic disturbances},
  author={Edi Kurniawan and Zhenwei Cao and Zhihong Man},
  journal={Iet Control Theory and Applications},
The repetitive control is well known for rejecting the periodic disturbances. However, most of the existing repetitive control algorithms assume that either the plant is known or the disturbance period is fixed. This study proposes the digital design of adaptive repetitive control for a class of linear systems subject to time-varying periodic disturbances, whose periods are assumed to be identifiable. The proposed control is based on the direct adaptive control scheme and the internal model… 

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