Generalized pole-placement self-tuning controller Part 1, Basic algorithm

@inproceedings{Lelic1987GeneralizedPS,
  title={Generalized pole-placement self-tuning controller Part 1, Basic algorithm},
  author={Muhidin Lelic and Martin B. Zarrop},
  year={1987}
}
Abstract A new type of self-tuning pole-placement controller is proposed based on multi-step cost function minimization and using single-input single-output models of the controlled autoregressive moving average form. The generalized pole-placement (GPP) algorithm has advantages over standard pole-placement self-tuners in having a set of tuning knobs for improving transient response and overall control performance. The GPP is particularly suitable for programmed control in which future set… CONTINUE READING

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