Large Scale Stabilization With Linear Feedback

@inproceedings{Gallivan1999LargeSS,
  title={Large Scale Stabilization With Linear Feedback},
  author={Kyle A. Gallivan and Robert A. van Engelen},
  year={1999}
}
This thesis analyzes the stabilization of large-scale dynamical systems via linear feedback in discreteand continuous-time state space form. We survey the state-ofthe-art for such problems and propose novel algorithms that are competitive with or superior to current algorithms. Three novel families of methods for discrete-time dynamical systems are developed based on the Discrete Riccati Difference Equation: SQR, CSQR, and Approximate Newton. For each family, particular methods are developed… CONTINUE READING

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