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Full Length Research Paper Multivariable Ripple-Free Deadbeat Control

  title={Full Length Research Paper Multivariable Ripple-Free Deadbeat Control},
  author={H. Elaydi and Fadi M. Albatsh},
The design of multivariable ripple-free deadbeat controllers is a complex task. One approach which has shown promise for solving multivariable ripple-free deadbeat control (MRFDC) problems is the use of Diophantine equation parameters. The problem of solving robust multivariable ripple free deadbeat with time delays has not been solved. This paper proposes a hybrid two degree of freedom controller utilizing the parameterization of Diophantine equation to build a multivariable ripple-free… Expand

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