Extended results on robust state estimation and fault detection

  title={Extended results on robust state estimation and fault detection},
  author={Chee Pin Tan and F. Crusca and M. Aldeen},
A common requirement implicit in current methods for the design of robu st state estimators and robust fault detection filters is that the first Markov matrix must be non-zero, and indeed, full rank. We relax both of ese restrictions in this paper to allow the applicability to a wider range of systems. The extended results are then applied to an aircraft f ault detection for which the restrictive condition is not satisfied. 
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