Minimum entropy control for discrete-time time-varying systems

@article{Peters1997MinimumEC,
  title={Minimum entropy control for discrete-time time-varying systems},
  author={Marc A. Peters and Pablo A. Iglesias},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={1997},
  volume={33},
  pages={591-605}
}
The representation of discrete-time time-varying systems using infinite dimensional operators has shown to be suitable for extending the entropy as it is defined for time-invariant systems. In this paper we considerminimum entropy control for the disturbance feedforward problem, which is known to be the main step in solving the output feedback case. 
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