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On a modal approach for oscillations damping in affine and piecewise affine systems

@inproceedings{OlteanOnAM,
  title={On a modal approach for oscillations damping in affine and piecewise affine systems},
  author={Virginia Ecaterina Oltean and Radu Dobrescu and Dan Popescu and Maximilian Nicolae}
}
behavior, due to the presence of pairs of complex eigenvalues in the spectrum of the system matrix, is considered. The control problem consists of damping the oscillations and tracking a piecewise constant reference signal. A control solution is proposed, based on pole placement combined with the internal model principle. Sufficient conditions for the controller existence are deduced and some issues concerning fixed and variable step simulations approaches are discussed. The results are… 
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