Neural network compensation control for mechanical systems with disturbances

@article{Ren2009NeuralNC,
  title={Neural network compensation control for mechanical systems with disturbances},
  author={Xuemei Ren and Frank L. Lewis and Jingliang Zhang},
  journal={Automatica},
  year={2009},
  volume={45},
  pages={1221-1226}
}
Two novel compensation schemes based on accelerometer measurements to attenuate the effect of external vibrations on mechanical systems are proposed in this paper. The first compensation algorithm exploits the neural network as the feedback-feedforward compensator whereas the second is the neural network feedforward compensator. Each compensation strategy includes a feedback controller and a neural network compensator with the help of a sensor to detect external vibrations. The feedback… CONTINUE READING
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