# Mixed H 2 =h 1 Control

@inproceedings{SchererMechanical1995MixedH2, title={Mixed H 2 =h 1 Control}, author={Carsten SchererMechanical}, year={1995} }

In this article we provide a solution to the mixed H 2 =H 1 problem with reduced order controllers for time-varying systems in terms of the solvability of diierential linear matrix inequalities and rank conditions, including a detailed discussion of how to construct a controller. Immediate specializations lead to a solution of the full order problem and the mixed H 2 =H 1 problem for linear systems whose description depends on unknown but in real-time measurable time-varying parameters. As done… CONTINUE READING

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