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Model Reference Adaptive Control with Linear-like Closed-loop Behavior

@article{Shahab2021ModelRA,
  title={Model Reference Adaptive Control with Linear-like Closed-loop Behavior},
  author={Mohamad T. Shahab and Daniel E. Miller},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.10611}
}
  • Mohamad T. Shahab, Daniel E. Miller
  • Published 22 September 2021
  • Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
It is typically proven in adaptive control that asymptotic stabilization and tracking holds, and that at best a bounded-noise bounded-state property is proven. Recently, it has been shown in both the pole-placement control and the d-step ahead control settings that if, as part of the adaptive controller, a parameter estimator based on the original projection algorithm is used and the parameter estimates are restricted to a convex set, then the closed-loop system experiences linearlike behavior… Expand

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